Writing Prompt 39 – What do you want to create?


“Just imagine it, and it will be so.” – Jordan Hoggard

On Writing

Breathe the sentence in. Exhale the sentence. Inhale and exhale each word. Now inhale and exhale the sentence. Then, go!

There is only one rule, keep your hand moving.

Don’t worry about grammar, spelling, or punctuation. If you feel stuck, keep writing anyway. Try going back to the prompt and write it out until other words arise, then write those—or, repeat the last word you wrote again and again until new words appear—or, write, “I am stuck,” or “I can’t think of anything,” as long as you keep your hand moving. Writing is physical, the words will move through your body and come out of your hand—just keep it moving.

Now go – for five, ten, fifteen minutes . .  

(when you are done, feel free to share your work in the comments – or share on your own blog)

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Holly hails from an illustrious lineage of fortune tellers, yogis, folk healers, troubadours and poets of the fine and mystical arts. Shape-shifting Tantric Siren of the Lunar Mysteries, she surfs the ebbs and flows of the multiverse on the Pure Sound of Creation. Her alchemy is Sacred Folly — revolutionary transformation through Love, deep play, Beauty, and music.

11 thoughts on “Writing Prompt 39 – What do you want to create?

    1. Pardon Sarah. I don’t know you, though I would be remiss if I didn’t share what I felt from your comment… it does make the heart sing to see how powerfully you found some of your Inner Inheritance treasure to arrive at the place to create a space to take a break from fear. Strong stuffstance there. Strong. Broken bones heal stronger. In your space without fear, may you feel immense strength that lives within you aligned with your natural nature… and heal stronger without fear.

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      1. Wow, thank you. I just realized that fear less has been a reoccurring theme for me. I am progressing! I don’t think anyone can live completely without fear, nor is all fear bad, but so much of what keeps one stuck is so small and trivial.

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        1. That’s excellent, Sarah! Good for you. I view fear as super0important, though as my radar, my awareness of things inside and out in my environment. I find that anxiety is the issue. When we allow anxiety (past fears tricking us to be triggered from trauma) to hijack or kidnap fear, it distorts it into being afraid. My vanity tells my ego I would look better with a head than without one, and my ego blips on my feardar radar and I DUCK! Crisis never occurred, afraid averted. I dispense with anxiety out of hand. If I happen to feel some, I turn to my fear to open me up to what I have inside bringing it forward, and I listen to it. It often has intense and wonderful messages that loosen inner myofascial tissues so to speak like a psychic massage, and trauma triggers are released to transform into a gift to integrate. Like a geode cracked open. It’s rough and tumble and abrasive at the onset when it presents, though when you are aware what to look for, they split open like seeds to grow new strengths.

          Maybe the above is a tool you can utilize? I’m not fooled by the small being inconsequential. Ever tried to sleep in a room with a mosquito?

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  1. So, here I go on the artifactual sacred relic quest of finding an apotropaic ally. Castles? Talisman protections? Nope, I’m taking Nature with me. That’s it. She’ll be The Elucidator. You may have just played the Writing Prompter for me on my own Self Discovery of something Sacred I hid rather than left behind………………

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  2. Oh Boy in a 🙂 way. Thank you, Holly! I howled laughing going, “Ok, in my 1986 interview about my Black Belt I responded to the, ‘so, Jordan, it’s mind over matter?’ To which, ‘Yes, if you don;t mind, why should it matter? Just punch through the target. What’s the worst that can happen, you break your hand?’ “ Then I paused. Wait. Did I say that? And, here’s the Oh Boy part. I’m now learning from the book I wrote in 2009 for the 2011 published edition… and. ‘Just imagine it, and it will be so.” So very Picard of me, though… it’s in my book, isn’t it? Now, I’ll have fun searching for the card. Sounds very Fool meets Queen of Wands. This is priceless. Such a great field trip to revisit things I said in another time, almost an epoch back. Yes, I know my work, though by feel now.

    “Imagine it, and it will be so.” Don’t know if I’ve ever given myself the research sketch to re-discover what I’ve said. Though, there feels to more than ‘X’ marks the spot as I re-wander towards it in my own dark.

    Thank you. I could have said that first, though… I kinda had to get through the drive-through speed rumbles first. 🙂

    Thank you. You’ve just given me a writing prompter… a full circle what-do-I feel-about-it-now writing prompter from myself… from you. And yes, I’ll share… once Luke and Yoda Get Luke to get the X-Wing Fighter outa da way.

    Such excellent Stuffstance. Did I say, ‘Thank You’ ?

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    1. You have so many nuggets of gold – which is great because you can use all that gold (platinum and silver) for kintsukuroi.

      As I was riding my bike up the mountain I said to my self- I need to write on my own prompts. A shifting of priorities!

      Can’t wait to see what you come up with!

      Once again, thank YOU!

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      1. Oh, that RAWKS. Yes, write on your own prompts. From my perspective, I could not have orchestrated a more potentially fecund treasure hunt. And, inspecting my expectations to blow out the blind spots. Bet I’ll even out-trickster myself more than a bit from then to me now. Talk about being glad I don’t do competition energies anymore. Amplifying energies, or… I may simply get the search and turn up nothing. I gold-panned for years as a hobby. Never found a nugget I had to call a friend with a Jeep and a winch to pull out. It wasn’t about that. This might not be that, either. Though, don’t know… Good stuff… going in…

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      2. You’re welcome with an FM Stereo wave of You’re Welcome climbing up and down the Thank You wave. Such a great 2-way street. Ebb and low, and here I go… Now, WHY would you give me a deadline this close to the session? 😉 🙂 lol

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