You Spelled That Wrong

Mountains of Arizona
Partly Cloudy 87 Degrees
9:57 a.m.

Have you ever wondered why you are supposed to feel dumb if you misspell something or use a word out of context when you’re writing?

There’s no shortage of kind folks who will call your attention to it. It’s not their fault, of course. That’s how they were trained. That’s how we were all trained.

It’s just one of the many ways the system teaches “its” masses of sheep to police other sheep regarding the completely unimportant.

Look out at society and you can find an endless amount of training focusing humans on the unimportant. People have been trained to obsess about dumb things.

Credit ratings, types of cars, grades in school, the percentage rate you’re getting on the mortgage (which means death pledge!) that your signature funded for the bank to “loan” back to you to buy that house you don’t really own. (That last “sentence” isn’t even a sentence! Call the police! 🙂

Our current society is BUILT on this garbage.

But when it comes to writing to change the world, how you spell and whether or not you split a bunch of infinitives or leave participles dangling all over the place like you’re decorating a Christmas tree is DEAD LAST on the list of important things.

Writing is about conveying vibration, it is not about following rules.

In fact, my experience has shown that the MORE rules you follow in your writing, the less effective it will be. Good job. You get an A. You’re invisible. Congrats.

Were you ever told to take a class in school called: “How To Have Something Worth Saying 101?”

No. Because that’s not a priority for the system. That’s the opposite of what they’re trying to achieve.

What happens when you have the guts to express yourself without reservation, without fear of what someone will say about how you do it?

You will taste a piece of freedom. And you will feel your power. And the more you do it, the more you’ll see the cages of perception that most others live inside without even knowing.

Who made up the rules for your life and how you live it? Who SHOULD be making up those rules?

That’s something to think about if you don’t already know the answers.

This is just one of the many things we’ll be covering in the workshop starting next week. If you’re interested, check it out.