The Lightweaver approach to writing is holistic—it analyses the mind, empowers the spirit, encourages own-voice in writing.
Thus the approach combines psychology especially spatial-cognitive research and neurolinguistics with sociology to work on the writer-self, the writing process, and the reader.
Writing is not about finding a topic or story, improving vocabulary, and know how to construct sentences and follow the ten tips that famous writers use in their work.
Rather writing is about finding what are you passionate about, how do your life experiences provide a unique view to the topic area, to honour it by expressing it.
Mary Oliver had said, “The most regretful people are those who felt the call of their own creative work, who felt their own creative power restive and uprising and gave to it neither power nor time.”
What prevents us from giving it power or time? The issue has little to do with writing skills as it does with stories we tell ourselves, the ways in which deprioritize ourselves, or are afraid to out our work there.
Or we believe we have to fit in and we believe we can’t.
Or issues like not being able to concentrate, procrastinating, or not finding your ‘mojo’.
The myriad ways in which we hurt and stop ourselves. The ways in which the self distracts self.
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