It is my pleasure to host one of #RRBC most supportive members today, Balroop Singh – “SPOTLIGHT” AUTHOR for her Blog Tour Day 2.
Over to you Balroop!
The Power of Writing
Have you heard about writing therapy? Have you felt the cathartic and liberating effect of writing? Whether it is expressive writing, writing for pleasure or creative writing – it is the best outlet for those emotions, which are difficult to express and lurk deeper within the inner recesses of our heart.
Writing makes us happier:
The elation of recording our feelings is so fulfilling, so heartwarming that many people develop the habit of writing a journal. We can create our own world of fantasy, in which all the characters are mere puppets in our hands. We can unlock all the doors, as the keys are in our possession…what a wonderful feeling!
Inspiration comes in many shapes and forms and writing is surely one of them. It gives an impetus to our desires. When we write down about our aspirations and goals, our dreams begin to take shape. We start feeling that we are on the chosen track and through writing; we can plan as well as take stock of our achievements, quite frequently.
It gives clarity to those ideas, which are confusing or blurred. Writing calms us down and leads us to self-discovery. With practice, words become our best friends, teach us tolerance, control our anger and rein our negative thoughts. They slash those emotional walls down, which ward off our progress towards becoming a better person.
Writing keeps us busy:
Like reading, writing keeps our mind occupied and takes us to the next level of honing our skills, of embellishing our imagination, of drowning all the anxieties and loneliness in the ocean of words. The pleasure of this activity can only be felt when we start sharing our solitude with the words. It keeps our mind healthy and active.
All those hurts, the agony, the emotional throttling gets assuaged when we pour it out, when we weave a wreath of words to be placed on those buried memories, when we share it in the form of a poem, a story or that precious book we write. Healing starts the moment we pen down our thoughts. We feel relieved. We learn to forgive. We rise above human imperfections.
Writing sets us free:
Writing has given me wings. I can fly anytime, anywhere. I often perch on the branches of my favorite trees and can communicate with everyone without any reticence. All those who sit far away, in the comfort of their homes can hear me as I let my voice merge into the clouds that float around, merrily.
Have you experienced the power of writing? Some times I wonder why didn’t I know this; probably a busy life drowns all the thoughts, that’s why we need leisure to explore more and take an inward journey.
© Balroop Singh.
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