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How To on Automatic Writing–Basic Steps Info ONLY!


This is a ‘just the facts’ entry on how to do what I call an Automatic Writing Reading (AWR).  I only wrote this as a quick view, or short printable guide, for people who have read the explanation and understand the ‘how to’ portion of the program, but do not have the steps memorized.

If you are on this page but haven’t read the blog entry with the detailed explanation of what I consider to be an AWR, you would be much better served by going to that entry first.  It has all of the steps listed below, but also gives an explanation of each step, along with a tip or two regarding the steps.
Here is a link to Detailed Explanation on AWRs

** The more detailed entry also advises that this is just my version of what an AWR is–I am by no means an authority on the subject, nor do I even know if the method I use is actually correct when it comes to the real definition of an AWR.  I only know the method I use works, and I call it Automatic Writing because that is how I view what I do when I use the steps below.

Here are my steps:
1.  Get some place quiet, no distractions.
2.  Find a ‘focal point’ somewhere in the room you are in.
3.  Open a blank word document on your computer.  **If you can’t type, then use a piece of paper and a pen.
4.  Type out the date at the top of the document, skip a line, then type out your first question.
5.  Look at your focal point as you take 3 meditative breaths, (in through nose, out through mouth).
6.  Verbally (out loud) ask the question you typed out.
7.  Start typing.  Whatever word comes in your head, put it on paper, along with every word, picture of feeling you get thereafter.
8.  Continue to write until you don’t hear any more words. Once you ‘feel’ a long pause without any more specific words coming to you, that question has been answered.
9.  If you have more questions, hit enter twice to skip a line, type in the next question, and start at step #5 again.
10. After your last question has been answered, you’re done!  NOW you can look at everything you wrote.
** Remember to save the file so you don’t lose your work!

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or comments.  I love hearing about peoples first experience with this!  Not only do I get a kick out of the different reactions, but I also get so excited when people discover something new (and fun) that they never thought they could do!

So if and when you decide to try this, I’d love, love, love to hear back from you on your experience!

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