How Champions Are Different Than The Rest

I know from my personal life experiences that champions are very different than the rest—if you observe them up close, you will fully understand a lot of tough things.

When I was younger, I saved my younger brother from being abducted. When I was introduced to the world of Martial Arts…

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Emotional Support Produces Better Results

When I was younger, I studied only one English Literature course at University of TorontoI completed a Major in Biological Sciences and Double Minors in Philosophy and Mathematics. As a student, I was blessed because I was close to some of my Biology, Philosophy, Maths, and English professors. I used to walk with a Philosophy professor…

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Reading Into Clues Of Abnormal Psychology Offered By “Gotham”

I am still on Season 1 of Gotham; I have watched it half way through so far. Nygma works for the Forensic department of the G.C.P.D. team of Gotham. So far Nygma has been acting very friendly, cooperative, and flirtatious. I used to laugh every time he would throw a…

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“Gotham”! I Am Getting That Tick In My Head

My novel lucid mind plays a funny rhythm every time I come across someone or something exceptional—its different for each case. Once it played this tune with X-Files; I even play with my favourite charcaters or scenes when I become lucid. And, this time my lovely brain…

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Imaginary Parallel Play With Your Heroes

In year 2011, I received a review of some of my poetry from a distinguished poet and writer. This review was important for me because it was my first review; and, because this occurred around the time when I knew really less about the poetry and writing industry…

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My New Year’s Resolution for Year 2019

I have finished my education; completed most of the design and content for this particular website and project “Fractal”; and, created first drafts of my first book “Intertwined” as well as journal format short story “She: The Mirror”. I am a bit exhausted from all my efforts…

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Working On A Poem About ISIS

I have been thinking about an interesting subject to add to my first book, “Intertwined”. Because I like to think in a deep manner before attempting something intriguing, I gave this lots of time. I did lots of research and even met some key speakers who discussed Muslim Christian relationships…

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Using a Layered Approach with Writing Therapy

Writing Therapy can be used to allow locked emotions and feelings to channel outwards, which allows for self-validation and  healing. I have been using this technique for a while; and, I have realized that one must use a two-step approach in order to be able to compose something proper…

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Why Learning is Unlearning

I created a list of urgent tasks yesterday. I started out with 3 points and slowly expanded the list to 16 points. I noticed that as soon as I had written down a point, I would forget the rest of my concerns related to that point (unlearn) and then my mind would start…

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Byakugan and My Stereodepth Vision

Simulacrum means that some of the fiction is derived from reality and some reality is created by using fiction. I was just reviewing Naruto a while ago when I noticed the Byakugan. The Byakugan allows the clan to see further away and in more detail than the…

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How I Beat Stress

Coping with stress isn’t an easy thing to do especially when you are changing into a mature adult. It requires patience and persistence as well as an understanding about your mental and physical needs, which change as you age. I must comment that as a psychic, I have to…

Creating a More Spontaneous Approach to Writing

I am listening to some of my recordings about women abuse and entertaining lucid dreams. They aren’t straightforward and sometimes I am acting. They feel very impressive although they are just the first draft. Listening to myself feels very difficult because my voice has a…

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Brainstorming as a Character

This is a hectic technique because it requires use of acting and writing skills. You can do this routine in small chunks; you just need to know where each snippet is saved. To accomplish this technique, you will have to role play and imagine being in the position of your…

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Act It All The Way Through

Writers can learn from actors because acting is inherently linked to writing. I know this because I have always felt drawn to the actors and their minds─like Charles Dickens, I am an ENFP who likes to act because it drives her mad with pleasure. When some writers are…

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Studying and Creating Characters

Study 16 Personality Styles  and those around you if you wish to study or create characters. Get a notepad and write down personality traits and associated behaviours. Think of yourself as a Psychologist who is examining patients or an Ecologist who is…

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Staying Creative and Genuine

Staying creative while sounding genuine requires the writer to learn that they are required to document things as much as they can and that everything they write won’t be published. This is a hard lesson for all the writers because of the level of attachment they have with…

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I Write Like

If you wish to understand your writing style, then you should create some content while awake or sleep. When his arduous task is complete─all this is strenuous for the mind  because finding dream content requires relaxing my body and mind─use…

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Independent Learning

I am learning Twitter on my own. I AM ON MY OWN, which means that I am learning independently. I had a Facebook account before; but I deleted it because it was causing too much pressure. It says FACEbook, which means “Your Face”, “Your Personal Life”, and “Your…

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Publication of My First Book

Originally Published On: Dec 23, 2016

I just removed some of my written content from both of my blogs because I am revisiting all of this. I intend to publish my poetry and prose together. As I launch on this heavy task, I am thinking back to how some poets rewrite their poems 100 times before they submit it for publication. Nice strategy!…

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Producing Creative Drafts

Dreams and writing have significant number of overlaps. Both are very creative processes and both require effort and understanding. Writers create first, second, and third drafts; discard several pieces of their written material; finalize their works alone or with the help…

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What is a “Less Creative Thing?”

“Less Creative Things” are the building blocks of “More Creative Things”. In the video, “How to Overcome Creative Blocks & Writer’s Block“, Leo discusses some key lessons that every creative artist must learn and realize. For instance, the ups and downs of artists…

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I Daydream Often

Daydreaming is one of my most critical source of power. I fantasize a lot while I am writing my novels, poetry, dreams, and short stories (Asad and Anya, Galvan and Inaya); trying to fall asleep; dancing to a cute tune; enjoying nature like watching bugs or listening to the…

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Link between Lucid Dreaming and Automatic Writing

After experiencing several dreams that are challenging to document owing to their uniqueness and high frequency of occurrence, I have started wondering about the link between lucid dreaming and automatic writing. They are both considered psychic writings…

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Collaborative Writing

Collaborative writing helps you apply creative writing techniques quickly and with ease simply because two or more people are working together to instill an idea. For instance, I learned how to write jokes with the help of my ex-fiance. He used to edit all my writings and…

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Vague Sentences are More Creative

Sentences that are unclear within or without the context add creativity to your content. Let us review the sentence, “They are not for me”. This sentence is directed at something or someone; and it is imaginative because it can easily refer to multiple factors and behaviors…

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Documenting Misuse and Happiness

Writers must document their personal experiences as well as significant subjects their neighbors, friends, or colleagues discuss. You may document the original, use it to study trends, then publish it as fiction; or you may write and publish the original material given…

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