What is Psychography?
Psychography also designated as mind writing or soul writing or spirit writing is a psychic modality where messages are received through the act of writing.
Psychography can be conscious, semi-conscious or unconscious, depending on the connection that the therapist is experiencing. Throughout the consultation the therapist receives messages that are relevant to guide the person during that moment according to his or her global process. So when attending such a consultation the person can actually reorient her or his direction towards the soul’s purpose.
Psychography can also be an artistic expression, existing whole books, speeches or texts coming from this source. (There are actually those who say that any art form is channelled through the artist.) Amongst psychography works one can find entire books from famous writers such as Victor Hugo, Robert Louis Stevenson or Chico Xavier.
How did Psychography appeared in my life?
Ever since I was a child I have always been in love with writing as if there was something that would constantly drawn me to a pen and a paper and words. Another thing I have always wanted to do, since I can remember, was to visit French Polynesia. There was something magnetic about that part of the world for me. As I grew older those passions and dreams kind of fell asleep. Writing ended up always bursting in my life, especially in the moments I needed the most. Back then, I didn’t understand it, but now I’m very much aware that it was Psychography guiding me through what I was living.
The Pacific Ocean has always “called” me and there was a clear and strong affinity between me and this geographic location until about five years ago I finally decided to do my first solo journey and visit Easter Island, Tahiti, Mo’orea and Bora Bora. During the trip there was an incredible synchronicity while I was flying over Bora Bora, which was the answer to a question I had placed in my diary days earlier while I was visiting Mo’orea. That made quite an impression on me and it was evident that life was communicating with me and one of the main ways it did it was through writing.
In Bora Bora I felt the call to keep on writing on the diary that which I had initiated days ago and words poured out o me as if I was in a transe. Since that day, I had no doubts that Psychography was a constant presence in my life and I got more and more familiarised and comfortable with it, allowing it to flow through me and using it to guide me. Later, encouraged by close people who realised about this, I also started to assist others through writing.
Today Psychography is a part of my daily life and it is a tool that I use to clarify day to day situations, to guide decisions and to comfort the heart and the soul.
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