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How Writing Fairy Tales Can Help You Become More Mindful?

Why my word matters? I am a writer. I started as a ghostwriter and I was writing testimonials. When my task was to write a few reviews on dissertationwritings.com I decided it was enough for me and I started writing using my pen name. Two years after, I became a popular columnist. Now I run my blog where I help people to achieve success in writing. Writing is my passion and I am always happy to share my experience. With time, people learn how to look like serious and respectful adults, but rarely become mature. We wear masks, play roles, follow behavior rules we cannot explain and often make decisions unconsciously. To grow up spiritually, we need to learn how to achieve a mindful state – a non-judgmental awareness of our thoughts and emotions. Surprisingly, fairy tales can help with this. The very idea of it may seem ridiculous since we often make a mistake of thinking that only something sophisticated should be used for achieving adult goals. However, in most cases, it is not true. On the contrary, we need to go back to basics and find the first mistakes that made us chose the wrong path. Writing fairy tales has already proved to be an effective therapeutic tool and it can be equally successful in helping you with finding stillness in your mind. 1. Reveal your true self Being constrained by usual conventions, we may lose connection with our true personality and experience difficulties with detecting thoughts and believes imposed from outside. Since mindfulness is impossible without knowing what is yours and what is alien, you need to set a special filter for marking everything that comes through your mind. Creative writing is a powerful monitoring tool itself. However, only telling fairy tales gives you absolute freedom and a state of relaxation, when you do not have to write to order, consider other people’s tastes and requirements, or even lie to yourself. This is why it is different from creating novels, paper writing, or keeping a personal diary. On the one hand, you reflect your personality in a fairy-tale character; on the other hand, you are not afraid to be recognized, because you use a “common property” as a basis for your story.