A Psychics Philosophy On And Insight Into Authentic Writing Style

     Being a psychic and owning a psychic website requires writing for the mean reader. Unfortunately, the act of crystallizing thoughts into coded words to create a primary text from a dynamic creative thought process often leaves lingering questions. These Questions, often regard the authenticity and true meaning of the primary text. For example: Have I conveyed my thoughts unclearly? Have I been dishonest to my true feelings? Have I accommodated the reading level of my audience? Unfortunately, the answer to these questions usually resounds emphatically yes.

Authenticity often suffers at the hands of this brutal conversion from thought energy to written matter. As the author attempts to send pure thought through the written medium primary concern must lie in the intended audiences’ ability to decipher or receive the text. Therefore, an authentic rendering of the author’s true thoughts, feelings, and ideas into an encoded text often is not possible as it may be undecipherable by the receiver.

Authors often silently battle against the restraints and constraints of the written word that seek to encapsulate or even imprison their pure thoughts into a static snapshot of time. This battle to subvert the written text to attain the illusion of authenticity often meets with failure as dynamic thoughts become static prisoners in their eternal literary form. This primary text becomes suspended indefinitely until another, a receiver, deciphers the code and creates a secondary text formulated in the dynamic environment of their mind. Unfortunately, this secondary text must be based on the receivers’ thoughts, feelings, emotions, and beliefs. Through this process, of encoding and deciphering text, authenticity becomes truly lost and true meaning encoded at the moment of initial thought transference may be lost forever.

Ultimately, the author a prisoner to the law of language must hold fast to self truths as linguistic laws are made for the language makers. An author must compose a melodic symphony of words that resounds authentic regardless of audience. Defying the constructs of language allows the author to subjugate reality and escape literary purgatory. The end result of such authentic writing is personal freedom to author prose of exceptional quality without the fear or anxiety of how an audience may receive it.

In conclusion, composing text for an audience requires an unauthentic writing style that robs the author of true meaning. Constantly, concerned with critical analysis of their writing the author transforms pure thought from a flowing subjective art form into a rigid objective cadaver. Ultimately the author develops unauthentic writing styles for the mean reader. Attempting to accommodate the reader at the cost of authenticity the author loses ability to convey original thought, idea, and feeling in an honest written form.

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