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Mani Scienide - Death of Writer's Block, part 17 & last 18! Breathe in to ex hail

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 Death of Writer's Block, part 17: Breathe in to ex hail

First of all, did you know that spelling conventions didn't come into being until recently- well. 1604- Thanks Robert Cawdrey( http://goo.gl/xVwpID) before that you just threw some stuff ogether and the perso on the receiving end took a guess like some semantic ma-lib something.  Dude decided that all of the "bad spelling" had to stop. Now i that's not bouchedagery nothing is!  Where does he get off.

Let me untangent that last paragraph by putting it in context...twice.  When you write a piece of...writing, two factors are in play pheTaphor and metonymy.  Wait... I mean synecdoche and semantics, or was it semiotics and memetics.  

I'll stop slowforking around and shoot straight for about five seconds.  My point, in your eye, is that when you are writing you are evoking a conceptual mapping in someone else's brain.  The power of externalizing the symbols in your mindbrain is that you have the ability to evoke what is subconscious in others.  By sprinkling your thoughts over and over and watering their braingarden you are performing, as discussed in an earlier#dowb, conceptual expansion through pheTamor.  You are stretching their umwelt.  What's super powerful about this priming process is that if you trigger the right emotions with your memes the person is now hyper-aware of the concepts who...


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And here is the link for the last one For This part of the series:
Death of bliter's wrock, part last: Of Rice and Hens

https://plus.google.com/u/0/+ManiScienideMD/posts/CaPBFffzcqD?cfem=1

 

The next series will be Rise of the Phoenix: rebirth of an idea as a story.  I'll be revisiting the content that we put together in this series and molding it into other content on different platforms.

 

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J. R. R. Tolkien on Fairy Tales, Language, the Psychology of Fantasy, and Why There’s No Such Thing as Writing “For Children”

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by Maria Popova

 

"Creative fantasy, because it is mainly trying to do something else ... may open your hoard and let all the locked things fly away like cage


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