10 Essential Qualities That Help You Write a Book

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10 Essential Qualities That Help You Write a Book

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When we find ourselves called to write a book, we may feel we’re not up to the task. We don’t know enough, or we aren’t good writers enough, or just plain we aren’t enough. These doubts and fears can obscure the genuineness, power, and beauty of what wants to come forth through us. We may brush our creative desires aside, but a nagging sense persists. Something wants to be known through us, as well as by us.

If we had to rely only on our learned skills of writing, then we might have reason to doubt ourselves. Because conditioned skills developed for reasons outside our own desires are innately limited — and, often, disconnected from what’s alive in us in the moment of writing.

But there’s good news: we don’t. As human beings, we have access to infinite essential qualities that dwell within us — in seed form, if not already blossomed. These qualities give to us, rather than taking from us. They renew and expand us rather than depleting us. And they are always here for us, if we know about them and know how to open to them.

10 Essential Qualities That Help You Write a Book will help you open to specific essential qualities waiting within, so that you can write your book with their loving support: (1) Creativity (The Writer’s Muse), (2) Confidence, (3) Flow (Trusting the Writing to Unfold), (4) Seeing the Big Picture (“The Forest”), (5) Making It Real with Detail (“The Trees”), (6) Going Deeper (into the Writing by Going Deeper into the Writer), (7) Self-Compassion (Rewriting the Past), (8) Going the Distance (Gladly Staying with Your Book Until It’s Complete), (9) Re-vision (The Gift of Refinement), and (10) Being Visible (Giving the Gift of Your Book to the World).

Knowing about these essential qualities — and knowing that you can tap into them and make them real for yourself  — can help you move beyond perceived limitations and stuck places in seeking to write a book. Then you can work with yourself instead of against yourself. And you can grow, inside, as you grow your book.

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