Creative Writing

Creative Writing

Writing is the most primitive form of non-verbal communication as the Egyptian and Greece civilizations indicate. History testifies to personalities of eminence having always maintained journals.

Oscar Wilde even made his diary-keeping passions vocal. All modern emotional detox processes, including at Akesis Life, leverage this practice. Journaling helps combine three core body-mind phenomenon – conscious and sub-conscious, intellect and physical and voluntary and involuntary actions.

Organising thoughts by chronicling, is fruitful in proverbially separating the emotional and mental ‘wheat from the chaff’. Journaling also stimulates the analytical and rational thinking (left brain), inculcate self-identity and self-knowledge in times of bereavement, breakdowns and solace seeking.

Maud Purcell, a psychotherapist and journaling expert summarises, “While your left brain is occupied, your right brain is free to do what it does best – create, intuit, and feel. This way, writing removes mental blocks, enabling us to use more of our mind space to better understand ourselves and the world around us.”

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