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Automatic or spirit writing with other psychic experiences by Underwood, Sara A. Francis Mrs.

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Published by T. G. Newman in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English


  • Spiritualism

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Edition Notes

Statementby Sara A. Underwood. With an introduction by B. F. Underwood.
LC ClassificationsBF1261 .U5
The Physical Object
Pagination352 p. incl. front. (port.) facsims.
Number of Pages352
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6527916M
LC Control Number11003404

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Preparation for Automatic Writing. The best way to get started with automatic writing is to buy a journal, and write in it daily. By having a special book devoted to this, spirit recognizes your feelings of dedication to the task. Continually seeking guidance in this fashion, which is no different from automatic writing, is opening the door to false doctrine. "Divine Force," "Divine Voice," and "Divine Spirit" are found throughout the book, including Jan. 31, Feb. 9, Feb. 15, Aug. 17, Sept. 29, Dec. 18 and elsewhere.   automatic writing (trance writing) Automatic writing is writing allegedly directed by a spirit or by the unconscious mind. It is sometimes called "trance" writing because it is done quickly and without judgment, writing whatever comes to mind, "without consciousness," as if in a trance.   Automatic writing is another tool used in the occult to make direct contact with real, live, demonic spirits. The practitioners of this dark occult art feel they are making direct contact with helpful and benevolent spirits, but as the testimony I will give you below will show you, there is no such thing as a benevolent demonic spirit.

Automatic Writing Procedure: 1. Plan ahead with this, so that you will notify the Lord and He can thereby notify your Guides to start the procedure. Doing this ahead of time, say like a day ahead of when you plan to do the Spirit Writing is enough, just so that the Guide can be there alongside you to aid you. Automatic writing is the process of channeling spirit directly into writing. It is a psychic ability and a form of channeling which many people find simple and straightforward to develop. For me personally, it was one of my first spiritual gifts to come into focus, and it opened the door for further exploration into learning to channel. Automatic or Channelled writing is a great way to communicate with your spirit guides, higher self or even a loved one who has crossed over. Automatic writing basically involves letting go of your conscious mind or thought processes in order to write or even type a message from Spirit. Automatic writing, also called psychography, is a claimed psychic ability allowing a person to produce written words without consciously writing. The words purportedly arise from a subconscious, spiritual, or supernatural source. Scientists and skeptics consider automatic writing to be the result of the ideomotor effect and even proponents of automatic writing admit it has been the source of.