I do this sometimes. If I’m stuck, unable to figure out or let go of something, I sit down and write a true sentence after true sentence after true sentence. The beginning is usually messy, as if you’re unclogging, but it starts to smoothen, and the truth comes out. Whatever I’m avoiding, whatever I didn’t want to admit or was afraid of, it’s right there, staring at me in my own handwriting.
The simple act of putting your truth on paper, only you and your thoughts, it is one of the most powerful exercises you can do.
Resist nothing. Like the Tibetan monk who once told me that he found peace by saying yes to all that happened. I met him again years later and reminded him of what he’d said. He laughed.
Live Your Truth - Kamal Ravikant