• There is a Voice inside you. There is a Voice inside everyone.
  • Everyone has direct and immediate access to the Voice.
  • The connection is easy. It does not take years of practice.
  • The connection is right there in your hand.
  • Writing down your soul is not another form of journaling. It is something much deeper and much more powerful.
  • Questions open you. Answers fill you. We say we want answers, but what we really want are bigger, deeper, wiser questions.
  • There are five categories of questions that activate the Voice and four types of questions that don’t. The key to receiving focused, guidance is to ask open-ended, from-the-heart questions that magnetically attract the wisdom of the universe.
  • Pouring your soul onto paper can — and will — change your life.
  • Research shows that unexpressed traumas and negative emotions reduce blood flow to the brain, increase the likelihood of a wide variety of illnesses, and produce the feeling of being “stuck,” unable to come up with new solutions to stressful situations. (See Molecules of Emotion by Candace Pert PhD and Opening Up by James Pennebaker PhD, both cited in Writing Down Your Soul.) Writing releases your story, and in the process helps you find meaning and resolution. In short, writing heals.
  • Writing by hand at the soul level may well be the most effective spiritual practice because it activates all five senses and slips you out of conscious mind and into the theta brain wave state. It is so powerful, it can create new neural pathways in your brain.
  • Through deep soul writing you can train yourself to access and harness the creativity and solutions that come through the theta brain wave state.