From the article: Practice Automatic Writing
Readers are asked to read the instructions for practicing automatic writing and then share their results here. How did you do?
Have been doing for a long time...
- I've been using 'automatic writing' (we really need a better term) for almost thirty years and derive a great deal of guidance and comfort from the practice. I think of the source as an old friend, one who is wise, patient, and kindly. My only method is to mentally ask the question and then type the reply as it appears. I really don't even need to type to have the process work but do so in order to have a record for future reference.
- —Guest Thannisan
- I have tried it a few times. at first just lots of spirals, and then some letters like I O E Y G. then a drawing that looked like two love hearts. my husband died in feb and the reef I got him was 2 love hearts. will def try again.
- —Guest Twon
- So I know the gift runs in selected members of my family including me but if never tried anything. The past couple of days have been a bit different so I thought I'd try spirit writing. I'm not sure if I did it right or what but as soon as I focused and put pen to paper it started. I can see 'me?' And an R followed by a g I think and either a y or a t. I was so surprised yet glad that I had to respond with my experience.
- —Guest Sarah
- i have done this with my sister..i ask the questions and she writes..
- —Guest linda1
- I have tried SEVERAL times. Nothing, just squiggly lines????
- —Guest curious
Weird Drawings part 2.
- It gets weirder my sister is pregnant and shes got a pretty good sized belly by now. That picture though kind of freaked me out. I discussed this with my friend and now im thinking something bad might happen, but i don`t know. Only time will tell.
- —Guest TheAmerican
- One night I had a friend over. We decided to try out Automatic Writing, so I went to an office downstairs, P.s. My dads a Funeral Director (I know its weird but he chose to do it)we live upstairs from his business. Anyway I went to the office and I closed my eyes and cleared my head of anything and i sat there. Then my hand felt rather numb and I could hear the pen moving. After a while I got really weirded out so I went back upstairs and then I tell my friend and my brother Im done this is too weird. I looked at the paper and a line with a point sticking out had been made. After a while i got anxious to try again, so i went back downstairs to the office and sat and did the routine again. Then I got that numb feeling again and I could kind of hear the pen going across the paper. A little bit later I guess it was a half an hour I opened my eyes to see what look like a pregnant women with stuff coming out the area, well you can guess what im getting at. part 2 coming.
- —Guest TheAmerican
- I think the fact that the poles are changing the Earth is being effected. It is adjusting to a new Pole set up and it's new responses to the sun's and the moon's gravitational pull. The sun also is responding to the pole shift so it makes sense that these noises would be heard in different parts of the world, and that those of us not used to hearing the Earth and Sun would start to do so.
- —Guest Randi
- At 0:31 0:33 seconds, there is a miicsnule white-ish dot that floats diagonally downward from the edge of the curtain and disappears in your shirt's sleeve, Sunshine. I don't think it's just a speck of dust, but is it?
- —Guest bdOAfolayCuCikr
40 Years Ago!
- When my husband was overseas stationed on Guam, I tried this with a friend who was a neighbor. We sat at her kitchen table, paper taped down (just in case). We both took hold of the pen with index and pinky fingers intertwined with the pen. We figured with this awkward way of holding the pen neither of us would be able to manipulate the answer. We had written questions in advance, the usual kind of questions. We read a question in unison and placed the pen on the paper. At first the pen made lazy spirals, and jagged lines. When it settled down, it began to answer some questions, mostly about her future, I did ask where my hubby was. The pen finally got to where it stopped. We read the tiny answers. On the paper were words, Guam, No & Yes several times. My friend did not know my man was on Guam. At that time all she knew was that he was a pilot of a B52. She would have assumed he was in Viet Nam. It did get my attention and we felt the experiment had merit at the time.