by Rachel Lynwood
One of the lived practical skills we learn from a very young age is how to read in terms of comprehending and understanding the written word in its visual form. We have also been taught how to write – meaning, constructing sentences and applying the use of appropriate punctuation to complete paragraphs and sentences and so on. As we grow from the child to an adult and living in the world, we complete various set levels of what is known as ‘education’ – primary, secondary and senior secondary school. Then there are those who progress onto either university studies or other forms of tertiary education.
What is missing from the world of authorship however, are more people consistently writing from a place of deep connection within themselves.