Automatic Writing – Free tutorial

Automatic Writing – Free tutorial

Since making first contact with my Guide, Jeremy, through automatic writing in 1987, it’s been a rare day that I haven’t sat down to communicate with my Guides using this method. In fact, the majority of the material that appears in my books was given to me by three different Guide Groups via automatic writing.

There are many ways to communicate with Spirit, but automatic writing is my favorite method because all I have to do is sit there with a pen and paper, or sit at my computer, and allow Spirit to write through me.

I’m fully conscious while it’s happening, so I can ask questions and request clarification about the information I’m receiving. It’s very much a back and forth conversation, and when I’m writing with my Guides on the computer, it reminds me of text messaging–it’s that easy, and that smooth.
And one of the best things about automatic writing, in my opinion, is that you have a written record of all the information and wisdom you’re receiving—no straining the brain trying to remember everything that comes through.

I’m aware of three ways to use automatic writing to connect with Spirit:
1. It can be like dictation, where you hear a voice and then write down what you hear. The voice can be inside or outside of your head, and it may or may not sound like your own voice.

2. Another way is when Spirit physically pushes or moves the pen in your hand or your hands on a computer keyboard.

3. And the third way is how it happens for me, which is a combination of the first two ways. I hear the words in my head in my own voice, while at the same time my hands are being moved on the keyboard or the pen is moved across the paper.

What I experience is not the right way to experience it, it’s simply a way to experience it, and that’s important to keep in mind. When I first began studying automatic writing and taking psychic development courses, I was absolutely obsessed with doing everything right and experiencing things exactly the way my teachers taught it or the way I read it was done in books.

I wasted a lot of time and effort worrying about getting it right, instead of simply enjoying the experience. We are all individuals, and Spirit is individual, too; which means that no two people will ever have the exact same experience.

As I go over my method later in just a few moments, please know that your experiences and my experiences are not supposed to be exactly alike, and also know that you’ll develop your own personal style and methodology.

Something I’ve found interesting about my own automatic writing experiences is that when I’m communicating with Spirit, it may be my voice that I hear, but the words are strung together differently then I would say them, and the ideas are often given to me using words that I wouldn’t think to use. For instance, my guide, Gilbert, always begins his conversations with ‘Greetings!’ and that’s a term that would never come out of my mouth. And the original Guide Group from my first book always ended their sessions with the words ‘Go in Peace’—not something that I would ever think to say.

The best advice I can ever give you about automatic writing is to have patience and perseverance. Don’t give up. I first tried to do automatic writing back in the 80’s after reading all the Ruth Montgomery books. I thought it was very cool how she sat down at her kitchen table and wrote with Spirit, and I wanted to do it too. For three months I sat at my kitchen table every morning and nothing happened. Then one night during a psychic development class the teacher announced, ‘Tonight we’re going to try automatic writing.’ I started laughing out loud, and as the words, “That will never happen for me!” were coming out of mouth, I felt something grasp my hand and I starting drawing many, many beautiful scribbles and circles.

Everyone in the class was huddled around me watching my hand, and I was watching my hand, too—I was fascinated, and I remember thinking, ‘Oh, so this is what it’s like!’ From across the room, I heard the teacher yell, ‘Sherri, control it!’ But I couldn’t control it, I only knew what I knew from reading the Ruth Montgomery books, which was to sit down and hold a pencil. I’m sure I yelled back, ‘How? We haven’t had the class yet!’ and then I just let it continue until it stopped a few minutes later.

Although I didn’t know it at the time, it was my guide, Jeremy, coming through that night and as I sat down daily to work with him using automatic writing, the circles turned to words, and eventually the words turned into books, and many different Guides came and wrote with me, giving me personal advice, wisdom and eventually enough channeled information to write three books. Something very important for you to know: If I can use automatic writing as a means of communicating with Spirit, so can you.

“Practice makes perfect’ when it comes to automatic writing, and the first step is, of course, to make first contact. The next step is to become comfortable with the process, and before you know it, you’ll be having meaningful conversations with Spirit, just like I do with my Guides. Here’s how I do it…

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