10 Bloggers Share Their Most Inspired Posts

Have you ever written something that just flowed out of you?

Have you ever read one of your own pieces and wondered how the heck that came out of you?

Have you ever looked at your own writing and thought, “Yes. This is who I am – this is what I’m all about. This is my true essence. This is what I want to share.”

I love that feeling. If you’ve ever experienced it, you know that it’s a beautiful gift. You feel it when you’re writing – you start typing faster, and everything begins to flow. You’re tapped into the universal energy, and you can hardly keep up (in a good way).

I am a bit addicted to this feeling of writing from the soul and connecting with something much bigger than myself. I asked some of my blogging friends if they have ever experienced this in their own writing, and they all had! They each shared one of their own posts where everything flowed – the post that expressed their essence.

I’m so excited to share my own inspired post and theirs below. (I hope you will share yours, too!)

Jodi Chapman – Soul Speak

Are You In?

This post was my declaration that I was no longer willing to live in fear. I was no longer okay with living half way. I was ready to leap into my dreams! It’s amazing how powerful it still feels for me. I am so grateful that so many of you are in, too!

Melody Fletcher – Deliberate Receiving

The Secret Behind “The Secret” – How We Manifest Reality

This post was the result of a major epiphany – one of those life changing moments. Normally, I take time to process any new insights before I write about them, but this post wouldn’t wait. The information wanted to come out and it wouldn’t leave me alone. I literally could think of nothing else. When I sat down to draft the article, it felt more like it was writing itself. I was simply the conduit. I generally only write when I’m inspired and flowing, but this was an extraordinary experience.

Tess Marshall – The Bold Life

A Gift In Goodbye: A Legacy of Love

This post helped me process my grief after my mom transitioned at 90 years old. It’s inspiring because every word is filled with loving energy.

Victor Schueller

Life lessons I hope to Teach My Daughters – Part 1

Many parents have major concerns about making sure their children are taken care of or able to support themselves if or when they are no longer around.  Most of the time, these concerns revolve around finances.  While my wife and I wish to make sure my children are financially secure, we also want to provide social and emotional security as well.  I came up with this list of “life lessons,” so that my girls will have something “saved up” for those difficult social situations that they will face down the road.

Paige Burkes – Simple Mindfulness

The Unschooling Revolution: Taking Education Into Our Own Hands

This post flowed out of me in a different way than just about anything else I’ve written so far.  Reflecting on why, I think there are two reasons.  The first is that it’s about my children and what I want for them in their lives.  I’m crazy passionate about allowing them to be Who They Are without a school system or anyone else telling them who or what they should be.  The second reason is to provide an example to others showing that we don’t have to blindly follow paths that others dictate for us (something else I’m very passionate about).  There are options in every facet of life if we open our eyes to them.  By opening the door for others to see and possibly choose a different path, I hope that I can help others be comfortable with their personal choices and find a bit more happiness in their lives.

Nea Joy – Self Improvement Saga

Inspirational Thoughts: Inner Peace Is Your Ticket to Paradise

I write from my heart–the loving place within me that longs to see less fear and more smiles, less pain and more joy. The thought of helping someone in some small way is more than enough to inspire me to inspire others.

Arvind Devalia – Make It Happen

Feel the Fear and Change the World Anyway

This article just flowed and I wrote it about an hour. It encapsulates all that I am about and much more. This is my key message to the world and one of my favorite posts.

Cathy Hull – Treatment Talk

Are You Ready for Detachment?

This post speaks to the essence of the thought behind my blog. When our children abuse drugs or alcohol, parents can be mystified as to how to help, if they are enabling and when to detach. The chaos of addiction can cause havoc on the health of the family. Detachment means to understand the boundary between ourselves and others, and to let our adult children take responsibility for their lives.

Angela Artemis – Powered by Intuition

How to Overcome Fear and Live Up to Your Greatness!

This post flowed because I needed to hear what I was writing! Sometimes I need inspiration, motivation and guidance and to take my own advice.

Betsy Henry – Zen Mama

Life is Fragile

This is a post I wrote about all the people around me who all have a hard battle to fight because of death, cancer, and financial problems.

Now it’s your turn!

Have you experienced this flow in your own writing where you felt like all of the stars aligned and you tapped into something amazing?

Would you like to share it? If you’re a blogger, please share the link below! If you don’t have a blog but still want to share, you can post your piece in the comments section. Be sure to say why you chose the piece, too.

By the way, you don’t have to be a professional writer to write a piece of inspired writing.

If you can’t think of anything that you’ve written, maybe it’s still inside of you just waiting to come out. If so, take some time soon to sit with your soul – that deepest, wisest part of you – and be still for a moment. Sit down at the computer and start writing. You could have a topic already in mind, or you can just see what comes out. It’s completely up to you!

Don’t get discouraged if it doesn’t flow right away. But please keep at it. Eventually, you’ll find a gem that feels like a piece of you. You’ll know it when you’re writing it. You’ll begin to type faster. You’ll be completely in the zone that you will be oblivious to everything around you. You’ll feel it.

Have fun with writing from an inspired place! It’s a gift that we all have, and it’s so wonderful when we can tap into it.

 

 

P.S. – Our Month of Meditation is off to a great start! Over 50 of you have joined us and committed to giving yourselves the gift of stillness every day this month! It’s not too late to join! Please click here for the details. :)

Comments

10 Bloggers Share Their Most Inspired Posts — 22 Comments

  1. What with a crowded week last week, I realized my email to you was still in my drafts folder. So gross. :-) Here’s what I wrote:
    Setting Goals, what is on your list? – this was a post that flowed when i reflected within and felt worked up about where I was heading.
    Secrets to a happy marriage I wrote this on my fifteenth wedding anniversary and was happily surprised at how the post flowed.
    Keeping Time: Scenes from life: Miracles Do Happen This post always reminds me to be grateful for life.

    I’ve read all the posts listed in your post – and they are truly wonderful from great bloggers I have the privilege of knowing. :-) Thank you!
    Vidya Sury recently posted..The Re-AwakeningMy Profile

  2. Hi Jodi,

    Thank you so much for including me in your inspiring list of posts. We all do have one core point that started us on our journey and you have nailed it by asking that insightful question. Looking forward to reading the other posts including yours!

  3. Jodi, this is a wonderful compilation of posts. So many diverse and inspiring experiences. Thank you for putting it together and thanks to the contributors for sharing. Love it.

    Encourage one another.
    Elle
    Elle recently posted..The Art Of Manifesting.My Profile

  4. Jodi,
    Thank you so much for including me! I always love reading how others are inspired. Sometimes I look back and read some of my own posts and wonder how they flowed from me. And, like Angela, I often need to read my own advice. :)
    Paige | simple mindfulness recently posted..Letting GoMy Profile

  5. I look forward to reading these posts. I’ve only picked up this challenge two days ago, but am loving how it’s freeing up my mind to let my story evolve naturally. I’m also sleeping well with vivid dreams.
    Thanks for the push to meditate :)
    Charmaine Clancy recently posted..Just BreatheMy Profile

  6. I look forward to reading the posts too! The one I wrote today flowed out really well, and I certainly didn’t expect to write it! It’s on “Living A Happy Death” of all things. I’m following my passions these days more and more so I’m hoping that all posts will flow out easily, but we shall see!

    I will check out all these posts soon, thanks for sharing Jodi!
    David Hamilton recently posted..The Process Of Living A Happy DeathMy Profile

  7. I really liked these posts- thanks to all of you for sharing! I especially like the ones that mention “I write what I most need to hear”. I can completely relate to that.
    I am not a very visual person, so to write a post that has visual imagery (and even a picture!) had to have been inspired by something other than me. :)

    http://www.brightnessinspired.com/2012/04/17/rush-hour-of-your-mind/

    Thanks for sharing these!
    Leann Harris recently posted..Slicing Self WorthMy Profile

    • That’s such a beautiful post, Leann! And it fits in perfectly with our Month of Meditation!

      I love how you say that meditation is about not following the stories in our mind to their emotional conclusion. That’s it! Rather, we learn to float above our thoughts and see them as our mind’s chatter, not our soul’s essence. And we get to choose whether we will connect with them or not. Great post! :)
      Jodi – Soul Speak recently posted..5 Books to Help You Live Your Best LifeMy Profile

  8. Wow! I really enjoyed reading each and every one of the blogs you attached today! I especially loved “Are You In” and “The Secret Behind “The Secret” – How We Manifest Reality”. Angela’s “How to Overcome Fear and Live Up to Your Greatness!” was actually my very favorite post. I just added each of you to my Google Reader.

    Jodi, it’s so nice to meet you! I’m lovin’ your work!
    AJ | OpenPsychic recently posted..Review: Lisa’s “Trust What You Get”My Profile

  9. I have many times when I truly feel the Universe uses me to express itself
    especially with my poetry and when I play guitar. I can pull myself out of the picture and just watch the unfolding and giggle that sometimes they really don’t need me… but of course they do LOL
    For many years although I had a smile upon my face to the world there was a deep world of melancholy that followed me… and truly I felt chained to it, actually even gave it a name… “The Pool of Sadness” because really if I looked there was soooo much sadness around me, and around this world, and it that is all we see it can fill you till you feel like drowning, and I’ve lost many friends, and a few siblings who have checked out of this world due to the struggles of life.
    I wrote this about seeing myself from before I was born, through to the moment when I realized that so much that I was allowing to affect me was not about me, and it flowed

    http://moonwanderings.blogspot.ca/2010/10/floating.html

    thanks for your awesome shiny soul and how it speaks ♥
    LunaJune recently posted..Soul SongsMy Profile

    • Thank you for such a beautiful comment, June. For sharing your beautiful poem with us and for your super sweet words.

      It can be really hard sometimes to live in this world when we are surrounded by so much sadness. But we are also surrounded by so much love and joy. And I love that you made a conscious choice to focus on that rather then being pulled down into the melancholy. And that definitely isn’t denying that pain and sorrow exist, but you’re giving yourself permission to live fully and experience true happiness.

      Such a beautiful gift. ♥
      Jodi – Soul Speak recently posted..5 Books to Help You Live Your Best LifeMy Profile