Psychography does not relating to writing about psycho’s… but that can happen. Instead, it is Automatic Writing.
Automatic writing is a practice in which a person writes without consciously thinking about what they are writing. The process typically involves the writer entering a relaxed or meditative state, and allowing their hand to move across the page or keyboard without consciously directing it. The resulting writing may be incoherent or may contain messages that the writer did not consciously intend.
Automatic writing is often used as a tool for personal growth, self-discovery, and spiritual exploration. Some people believe that the writing produced through automatic writing is influenced by subconscious or spiritual forces, while others see it as a way to tap into their own intuition and creativity. It can be used for various purposes, including accessing inner wisdom, exploring emotions, and working through issues or problems.
It’s important to note that automatic writing can be a powerful and potentially transformative practice, but it should be approached with caution and guidance from a qualified professional. It can sometimes bring up intense emotions or experiences, and it’s important to have support in processing these experiences.
Next time, we’ll comb through Non-dominant writing to access the inner child.