Inspirational Writing





In inspirational writing, on the other hand, the spirit impresses the

message upon the mind of the medium, either as a whole, or else sentence

by sentence or even word by word--in all of such cases, be it noted, the

medium is aware of the substance of what he is about to write, either

the word, the sentence, or perhaps the entire message. In such cases, of

course, the medium retains control of his writing muscles and their

action, and the spirit control is merely a phase of higher telepathy, as

it were. When the message is impressed upon the mind of the medium word

by word, or sentence by sentence, the style is of course that of the

spirit exerting the control; but where the entire message is impressed

upon the mind of the medium, the style is usually a blending of that of

the spirit and that of the medium, for the medium is not likely to

remember the literal message as given him, but merely is conscious of

the general purport and meaning thereof, together with a few phrases or

expressions formed by the spirit mind. In such cases, of course, the

personality of the medium enters largely into the message, while in the

case of pure automatic writing the personality of the medium plays no

part whatsoever, and the personality of the spirit is present in its

entirety. This important distinction should be noted and remembered.





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