Finding New and Natural Rhythms

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Writers, like musicians, seek rhythm. We want to ‘get into a rhythm’ so we can ‘drop into the zone’ where deep work gets done. We long to dwell in this sacred place where words flow like a river. When we arrive in the zone we realize the high that comes from transcending the self. We get in touch with universal consciousness — the place where life itself, and by extension, creativity, comes from.




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