The Art of Writing: Wider Views with Hadi Atallah

I can imagine a lot of people turning to the magic of prayer if placed in Aster’s position. This book gravely portrays how wit manages to tear luck out of God’s hands. This is all because the love for life is great and the love for brotherhood and family is even greater.

A plot once made and visualized becomes a story, a written story, along with all the rest of millions of stories in the world. Never to be destroyed but always up for an attack. This is what a true creative writer and visionary are up against.

The writer must create an identity that is at best universal in order to arrive at a communal agreement – fiction and creative writer should seek communion at all times. Once you start paying attention to the repaired world of writing, you notice its profoundness everywhere in this world. One word you’ll see frequently is ‘fate.’ This rule honours every writer.

The greater the volume of books you have to work with, the better the context one can create for developing options and trusting other people’s choices. Creative thinking does not stop there; it begins to take another form. It identifies key aspects that the world needs to handle in one single book. But most of all one book can use typical forms of creative thinking, which has brought order to our world.

Answering the question as to why I wrote Stirred in a Dream, specifically, there was nothing else I had to do that tested the maturity of my thinking about the book except capturing a variable outcome. I was not ready to answer the question, I had more to flesh out at some prior level in the natural plan of sequencing provided by my personal knowledge. If brainstorming got hung up (and very often it did) studies required an evaluation and the critical decision of writing was later handled accordingly. 

The fundamentals remained true, however, for all the situations in life should be provided with a certain level of commitment to complete natural planning. And this occurred to get the introduction to a conclusion. The function of the author of fiction is hidden behind the attention of communion. This is where the technical and creative elements were fused into one. Once this basic structure is perceived, the mind automatically started to fill in the blanks. 

My writing became a process that worked while keeping an eye on the infant exploration occurring from within. I had certainly come up with actions that needed to be explored. It held an action list that tracked a “hard landscape” of things, which were needed to get done at a specific time. It also became a central tool and a critical component integrated with a much more comprehensive system and finally, a master plan emerged as I applied this method. Scenes became voluminous and it was critical for them to be easily managed for capturing and sorting. They were the building blocks of fiction and cross fiction and some may have been grand, simple or cataclysmic depending on their place in the design of the plot.

The transformation of a clear arrangement of scenes while writing the master plan was focused on working inevitably with the dramas of everyday life. Some consciousness needed to be applied to keep one’s potentially huge library of thought functional, versus a black hole of data that was easily dumped. I needed to have an overview of the mass intelligence collected with effective categorization. This recommended one single alphabetical thought of thinking; in my case, it is the most recent universal language of thought for effective referencing.

I  spent countless hours with sophisticated professionals. They had helped in cleaning up and setting up a simple and functional referencing system that had become phenomenal in freeing up attention for a greater picture. If you do not have the instinct, the passion and the urge, then every writer cannot acquire the instinct and craft of professional creative writing. The model of teaching is a practical recipe for unsticking things and resolving them in the writer for more action and clarity in order to make effective progress.

Many other sophisticated people ignore those levels of responsibility to their own consciousness, and deep reflections must be practised on an operational basis.  This formation of analysis is basically the gateway to your conscious awareness; it is the flip side that turns creative knowledge and perception that is founded since the beginning of time into ideas and data. More primarily, the heart identifies with. It is an internal belief and a system written by form and within the intelligence and it becomes an identified progressive context for other people to notice.

If one focuses on a book and then glances around their environment, people see the tiniest bits and pieces written within the book. This is how unconscious cross-over fiction writing is transformed into conscious information no matter how vulgar it might actually look. Regressive thinking prepares our minds to generate and recognize solutions and methods. We all return to the One. And then the progressive theory of many Gods consistently reallocates resources to complete tasks effectively and efficiently as possible. 

This model of thinking and constant belief provides a recipe for unsticking things, resolving an exodus of thought, and moving to a more promised idea and land of production. Greater clarity is necessary for more action, and using a model written by a constant law and order is associated.

As I processed and organized everything I made sure that there were obvious visual distinctions that help people be in with everything else. It immediately became evident that the book is clearing out the trash. Clarifying required a very different mindset than capturing the mind with insults, and it was best to do them separately. The objective of capturing everything drew several battle lines for my first idea. And that line grabbed them all.  In this case, one of the lines could have been Aster’s: Ay, alive with her fear.

Cross-over fiction writing did not stop here; it just took another form. Cross-over fiction writing, after all, is from a very sequential part of the heart and brain. And plots have tremendous value and give themselves permission to establish two different cores. The quest plot, for instance, is the character plot and is of the mind, whereas the adventure plot is the action plot and it involves the heart and body.

As you go along, you are likely to dance with your gut to evaluate any possibilities. It does not necessarily have to be expensive, but the more the possibilities are the more the plot is dysfunctional. A few actions can be done anywhere and they do require fresh creative energy.  Given our context of time and the energy available, the remaining options given to the mind and the heart are the highest payoffs. Responsibilities in a writer’s life give a more comprehensive framework for evaluating their inventory and new accountabilities emerge due to constant creation. This is the new creative and collective consciousness that we enjoy accomplishing and having a place and adding importance to certain aspects of our life.

Mastering the flow of writing a book at all levels of conscious experiences provides a much more holistic way to getting things done and everyone journeys through the same frequency or stream of consciousness and tend to feel good about it. No matter how vulgar the recipe is. We feel conscious about it.

True, once in a while everyone may develop a more formal structure with clear components and sequences to prioritize collaborations and it can be pretty creative with nothing but a professional curriculum needing a high-horsepower planning tool. More formal and structured meetings held by relatively short writing projects also tend to skip over this critical issue to get a piece of work fleshed out and under control.

This technique can take longer than you think if a writer is committed to a full-blown collection that could and will include everything at work and during work and production. 

It can be quite a challenge, however, to identify with thoughts of success if they emerge from foreign territory. One of the most powerful elements and one of the most profound is to develop and hone personal and professional development, and this will produce clear outcomes. We need to constantly redefine what the world and the creative minds of our era are trying to accomplish on several levels, constantly reallocating resources towards getting the book complete as effectively as possible.

This is also where I needed to park important reminders about when I had to write or when my writing was due, or when something needed to be started given a determined lead time. How much energy needed is necessary. Some writing did require a reservoir of fresh, creative mental energy, while others require physical energy. And I enjoyed either.

Mastering the flow of my writing at all levels of experience that work provided a much more holistic way to getting things done and feeling good about it. I focused on the next action that needed to make the first component of my book actually happen when read again. I had to create an urge of making something happen. An image should be created to imagine an outcome; generating other ideas that might happen and could be also relevant. 

At first, I had to choose one style of writing and one idea that simply needed improvement. And I thought of the knight’s purpose. My brainstorming steps were Aster Bluebell’s physical appearance, his financial stance and his reputation. The former is an example to generate an idea, deciding the next action and also having a clearer way of where I had to go.

Much detail can easily seem more than I could digest or even implement on a first read. Nevertheless, it was information that I very likely needed to revisit at some point. To glean a new level of awareness as the characters started down their own paths.

When I mastered the idea and the knowledge process and organized my inputs and the incompletes, everything returned to its original function. The creative consciousness is a global corporation of thought that finishes processing irregular ideas that are able to relax with other aspects of thought. Any writer would want to keep this given what they are trying to accomplish and they question the input required. The purpose should be defined always firsthand.

However, many purposeful ideas are too vague to produce the required results. And another great reason is focusing on principles that are clear to provide positive conduct. A writer must have a clear picture in their mind of what a successful book would look, sound and feel like. The greater the volume of thoughts a writer works with, the better the context a writer can create to develop options and trust choices.

Often all that is required is to allocate responsibility for parts in the book to suit a variety of people and to leave up the parts of writing in order to be identified. The book becomes an organizational clarity firing about the physical reality of collective resource allocation. The book becomes a practical discussion and one that can significantly stir a pot of expansive elaborate speaking sessions.

The book although understandably an expansive medium of thought is far from being separate as they expect, it moves in fact and it relieves them of the subtle stress in the relationship about managing the idea such as the conflict in the plot referring it to their lives. Many experimental writings had failed in this scheme, and much did succeed as well because the innovative thinking had disrupted a function working independently and provided a saving of thought in the space in our head. It is a cloud of consciousness for every cross-over fiction writer to retrieve because only this cloud and nothing is needed.

Shadow Work: Wider Views with Hadi Atallah

The greater the volume of thoughts we work with, the better the context we can create for developing options and trusting our choices. We usually allocate and reallocate our spiritual and physical resources to actually get our lives moving. Shadow work should be sufficiently planned for and in some cases, there will be only one aspect that can be activated, and everything else will depend on the results of that, such is the case with enlightenment.

What is enlightenment? Enlightenment is intimacy with all things. Intimacy is achieved by paying close attention to things. If we are truly that present and our microstates are not conditioned to remain on the same thing or contingent for that matter. Figure out the qualities that make it productive or else it would be psychosis. Have an ethical orientation of existence. Knowing the difference between the right to do and the right thing to do.

Assuming that we can collect everything that has our attention. If we are not sure what we are going to be using as a personal awakening system, do not worry. We are likely to keep all kinds of nutty toys and artwork and gadgets around our desks to spur creative thinking just like young people do. Creativity and intellectualism are dangerous territories. Young people come to college very emotionally charged, full of a lot of opinions and a lot of physical dynamism and as they discover the power of intellect a kind of balance can come into them. They can think about their feelings so that they can enjoy a kind of internalized cosmology of philosophy that no one can provide for them. And that bringing in the thing that they are missing can actually make us more dynamic. Nevertheless, cognitive scientists have now proven the reality of decision fatigue – that every decision you make, little or big, diminishes a limited amount of your brain power.

We may consider practising stress-free productivity. Instead of hopelessness, insert the meaning of being part of a larger picture. We are part of the Earth’s moving surface. We are unique and we have our unique expressions but we are part of the Earth’s moving surface in relationship with each other. And in the theme of interconnectedness, we think of ourselves as this skin-bound body and that’s who I am but when we think of what makes up this body like when I drink this glass of water this water is the ocean, is rain, literally snow melt from the sierras that comes down the pipes through to this house. Because I’m warm right now it’s because the sun 93 million miles away has been warming the planet. And I’m digesting food releasing energy that the plants happen to metabolize and the food that I am eating comes from the Earth. That’s my bones, my flesh and my muscles. All this sounds like a nice idea BUT IT’S REAL. We are just these elements just like the trees and the rocks and the grass, and the beavers and the elks. Knowing we are a part of really helps our psyche when we feel so separate and alienated. 

To that end, the feeling of interconnectedness will provide a logical sequence of things to do, to make it easy as possible for us to get on board and glean the most value from this stress-free technique. If you are not sure you are committed to an all-out implementation of interconnectedness, let me assure you that much of the value people get from this is good tricks like the quality of the mindset. Poisonous attitudes, for instance, could get you stuck. And one of the challenges is to find interpretive comments to introduce to the psyche that will deconstruct the unwell stuck place inside of the psyche, which could be uncomfortable and often misinterpreted as a kind of poison and in as much as it is not good to hear things there are lots of truths that friends would offer to us that may be painful and disrupt our self-esteem but ultimately if the medicine is proper it allows the old attitudes to dissolve and other things that are more comprehensive more adaptive and more mindful to ultimately re-coagulate in that open space. So often serpent venom in a well-timed, profound interpretation is thought of as a metaphorical equivalence. Like mercury in alchemy which is believed to of a great dissolving agent that would corrode the rock and liberate the gold. This is when the poison is thought of as medicine.

If you feel that you do not have either – you really do not have any central mental spot you would call home for dealing with your stuff – it is imperative that you create one. The universe is always working for the highest good. Surrendering is not an absence of responsibility. The old paradigm is ‘What do you want.’ The new paradigm is ‘What is it Life and Universal intelligence is seeking to express with me.’ Align yourself with this most authentic impulse. This is what is true. Then you take action, bring out the strategies and allow the ego to fulfil its tasks, and then you plan. Then you work with harmony and alignment with nature and your soul and your essence. When you surrender you end up working harder. You are on a mission. Like Moses, Jesus and Prophet Mohammad. They were in alignment. That was surrender. And there is where the magic happens.

Too many people I know tried to work on a single task, and it always makes light-years of difference when they expand their actions rather than their thinking. Remember that the belief system is not as profound as the practice itself. The ego is seeking, seeking, seeking to find purpose trying to reinforce itself. It is a vehicle. The biggest part of seeking here is that you are avoiding your purpose and not seeking it. So stop seeking and start living and evolving. This is our one true purpose. Move in the direction that has you grow. Where you feel energy most.

As you go along, you are likely to dance between using what you are used to and evaluating any possibilities for new and different gear to work with. Let us assume that we all are starting from scratch and that the mind is thought, within thought, within thought, within thought but the key thing is that at the centre of it is a fragrant of emptiness. That’s the awareness which is always silent, insubstantial, intangible, boundless and fragrant. Beingness, is awareness which is happiness.

Happiness is a surprisingly useful tool in this process. Life is simple. It doesn’t happen to you. It happens for you. And everything happens at the right time and in the right way. Just trust it. Not in your mind but in your heart. The heart is connected to everything. There is where the doorway to freedom lies. Engage with your heart and do not manage. What we try to control, controls us.

Should you implement this process, we need the easiest way for us to be reminded of shadow especially when things are moving fast for us. Shadow is something that is created by the unconscious, a structure in the brain that incorporates the extremely important in how we express and act in our lives. I want you to imagine that you live in a house, a house where you’ve lived your whole life but there’s a basement floor in the house which you never knew existed. And every once in a while a man in the basement writes a message, rolls it up in a bottle, stuffs it in, pokes it out from under the cross space and it rolls down the lawn and stops at the sidewalk. Somebody picks up the bottle and reads the message and they walk up your door and want to talk to YOU about it. That’s what shadow is. We project shadow, and it happens almost automatically and unconsciously. It is hard work going down that basement and figuring out some of our darker aspects.

Nevertheless, let us go for simplicity, speed and fun. They all represent the biggest opportunities for improvement. The best rehearsal for the future moment is to invest in the present moment. Speaking is something that is very amazing. We think we are in charge of speaking and therefore rehearse what we’re going to say. We are more or less coherent with each other. Learning to inhabit that and realize we can make it up on the spot. Just inhabit the moment and you got what it takes. The capacity to speak and be intelligible is an already acquired skill. The rehearsal we need to do is very very minimal. Imagining the Self in the future is pointless and impossible and anxiety-provoking. Take care of yourself here and now. And once it’s done. Drop it. Judge the activity for compassion, like apologizing to another, but don’t judge it for the Self.

Furthermore, it is helpful to have a sense of the volume of stuff we have to deal with. Gather all the things that require attention in one place. You will automatically be operating from a state of enhanced focus and control. Nevertheless, the unconscious would make us hay from what we would extract from it in order to create and put it out in the world. And maybe that payment would be a kind of suffering, a kind of neurotic process that someone must go through. But that the unconscious can be somewhat selfish about its own material and so there is a heroic element to getting a piece of it for one’s Self.

We have no doubt a lot of things fall into the unconscious, yet avoid premature cognitive commitment. It’s where we decide without thinking and jump to conclusions. It could be conclusions about ourselves. Stop taking shortcuts, particularly shortcuts that would hinder what we want to be. If it is immediately evident that something is wrong, our longing is a true connection with life, showing up, and learning from our challenges. We don’t have to like it but it should be true. Everything treated right is a dharma gate. We will have to be consistent, and it will be necessary to evaluate everything from the same journey to get it that way. If you consider questioning whether the journey I am writing about is clear and meaningful, always remember that the longest 18-inch journey is from our minds to our hearts.

Moreover, everyone has permission to spend the whole day in hate mode, but never allow the inconsistency to be taken for granted. Keep it short. It could feel really good to hate. We don’t like feeling small and vulnerable. Although the great saints tell us that when we can welcome feeling small; it is a gift to feeling simple and free. It is a gift to come down where we ought to be. If we could come down and be simple there is hope to move beyond hatred.

Conclusively, have a little doubt to stay sharp. How to build confidence? Consistency and not intensity or volume. Consistent little challenges. And small doses of something that pushes you out of your comfort zone. Don’t go with the flow. Be the flow. There is a natural ebb and flow to life and by living in our hearts and trusting our intuition, we can be the flow and live the life of our dreams. This knowing comes from inside of us. And in this way, we tap into the limitless potential that brings abundance and goodness into our lives and the lives of the ones around us.