Exercise in flow writing is essential to become expert. I like to write for ten minutes ever morning, nonstop with as much flow as I can muster. The content is important. There is a good deal of style, punctuation and creativity. My form can vary from essay, story, and poetry. I am in a trance that embodies the art I wish to express regardless of the subject. I feel each word like a meditative walker feels each step. I am captivated by flow, the gratefulness for each word to be pressed to paper through my pen or typing of text.
At present the physical act of writing is supported by the mental energy also present in my bundled feelings. I am experiencing the love of craft, idea and song. My voice is full of wonder and excitement. I step forward on a road I mean to travel. I am confident in my manner, simple in my approach and determined to do good work.
Going for flow is a confluence of love, joy, peace, gentleness, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, self-control and patience. This bundle of virtue can bare all pain, all sorrow and heal all wounds. There is no hesitation in this presentation of ideas. Yet, the silence, stillness and calm brings more to the experience of embracing my art.
Lastly, I am further into the process than when I started to put pen to paper. I am drifting with a rhythm of words, ideas and belief. I can see my destination. As I arrive at this juncture, the end is more like a pause than a pulse. I am able to revise, rewrite or record. My work in progress is assembled for reading and contemplation.