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imagination

Browsing through You Tube videos for guided meditations, I stumbled upon this one: The Five Minute Miracle. Intrigued, especially since it was only a five minute meditation, I had to check it out.

The focus of the meditation was about using your imagination to create a life full of what you desire. While it didn’t get very detailed, which naturally you can’t do in such a short time frame, it kept repeating the phrase ‘imagination’.

I wondered if this also couldn’t be applied to our writing. After all, isn’t that what our writing is? A world of words created on paper – a result of our writer’s imagination? My first thought was for the fictional tales I’m in the process of weaving. Yet, even non-fiction articles and books require our imagination and creative thought processes to write an intelligent, inspiring, and cohesive work.

Would this work to help open the doors of my imagination wider, prior to my writing session? I’m going to try it for a week. After all, what do I have to lose? It’s only five minutes. Every day this week, before I sit down to write, I’ll commit five minutes to listen this meditation.

Check it out. Take five minutes and see what you think. Do you think the Five Minute Miracle can help us with our writing goals too?

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Comments on: "Five Minute Miracle – Guided Meditation" (5)

  1. That sounds like a great plan! I’ll check it out. Thank you for an interesting post and sharing your new find. Have a lovely weekend and please do feed back on your meditation goal for next week.

  2. I look forward to checking this out 🙂

    • Thanks Cherrie! (Sorry I missed your comment earlier. I’m checking into WordPress 2-3 times a day, but a few still slips through without me seeing them.)

  3. […] week I wrote about The Five Minute Miracle, a short meditation I was going to try to see if it helped open up my […]

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