Every writing topic in Re-Write Your Life also has memory prompts attached that will help you recall the details of your story before you write it. There are a number of ways you can use the memory prompts.
Before writing your story, listen to the prompts. Begin to recall the events with as much detail as possible. You may stop and write as soon as a story comes to mind and then go to the next prompts until another story comes to mind. Or, you may choose to listen to all the prompts before writing anything.
A major advantage to listening to the prompts rather than reading them in the book is that you can sit back, relax and let your imagination run free. It will open the channel for more thoughts, symbols, feelings, senses and information to come forward. Reading is more of a left-brain activity and may not engage your memory in the same way.
The majority of stories written in Re-Write Your Life have been written by my students. They listened to me reading the prompts while their eyes were closed. This method brought them more fully into their personal experiences and allowed easy access to their memories.
You may purchase all 23 memory prompts including:
- 1 introductory audio
- 1 focusing and centering audio
- 1 Invocation audio
- 20 memory prompts (1 for each chapter of the book)