Is Writing Truly A Lost Art?

2652Writing is really not a lost art in spite of all the conversations in our high tech world. I feel the need to write. To communicate my inner thoughts to a blank format. Paper or computer screen. There is a part of me that wants to share me with you. Finishing the writing repatterning gave me some new insights into my “writing procrastination”! How was your session?

This would be a great time to join the 26 in 52 challenge. We are still in the Primary Pattern book having completed Belief, Seeing, Hearing and now Writing. It would be very easy to catch up and add your energy to the coherent field we are building. I am always surprised and humbled by these basic repatternings. If you have taken all the advanced classes you may not be accessing these repatternings very often. I encourage you to change that pattern! They are called PRIMARY because these are issues we all have in common.



About Ardis Ozborn

I teach Resonance Repatterning seminars throughout the world. I also offer an interactive group dynamic called Journeys with Oz.
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1 Response to Is Writing Truly A Lost Art?

  1. Hi Ardis… I am re-centered and on-board with this challenge… I will double up on my repatternings and reach this writing one very soon. As it is, I just finished a writing segment to chronicle the first Belief Repatterning. Carolyn helped me focus in on the intent to join the challenge and to WRITE about it to start my contribution to the blog I’ve been wanting to create for a few years! On my way! Thank you for all the opportunities and help that you, Carolyn and others are offering us who are beginning the RR journey… Blessings, Georgia

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