Instantly cure writer’s block forever with this simple, but powerful technique.
Today I’m honored to share with you the fastest way to overcome writer’s block. While there are articles and blogs with 5, 10, 20 or 50 ways to beat Writer’s block, there is only one that I have found that is quick, simple and effective. It takes only 2-3 minutes to set up, and then mere seconds to apply anywhere, anytime. This one secret has the potential to revolutionize your writing output.
After you learn this simple strategy, you never have to experience the frustration of staring at a blank screen with no idea how to proceed. Imagine never struggling with Writer’s Block again!
Please follow the steps exactly as written. I think you’ll be amazed with the results you get.
5-Second Cure for Writer’s Block
- Find a quiet place where you can be undisturbed for a few minutes.
- Close your eyes and take three deep breaths.
- Remember a time when you were in a state of high creativity, in a “flow” state, where writing came easy and natural (If you can’t remember a time, imagine what it would be like to be in this state).
- Immerse yourself in the memory. Make the images bigger, the colors brighter and bolder, the sounds louder. See what you saw in the memory, feel what you felt.
- Double the feeling of being in that state of high creativity and flow.
- When you are at the peak of the feeling (when the feeling is really strong), squeeze your thumb and forefinger together like you are pinching the air.
- Repeat steps 1-6 three or four more times until you get those strong feelings of being in that creative “flow” state simply by pressing your finger and thumb together.
Simple, right? Yes, and wildly effective if you follow the steps. Now all you need do is squeeze your finger and thumb together whenever you want those powerful feelings of creativity. You can enter that wonderful “flow” state anytime and anywhere you want.
Bonus Tip# : If you want to double and triple the power of this cure to Writer’s Block, repeat the 7 steps above every morning for 7 days, and then anytime in the future that you want to “recharge”.
I’d love to know how well this technique is working for you, so please leave your comments below. Also, please share this information with your writer friends!
Christopher Kokoski, Author of the Past Lives series and Dark Halo