Would you say that stream of consciousness writing and freewriting are the same thing?
Why or why not?
It is the same thing with two (or may be more) names given to it by people. You can probably find ten other different names depending on the experience people had in the past.
The source of inspiration is the same. When we find ourselves connected, it becomes easier to put things in the right order, be it writing or any other artistic medium of expression. It all leads to one common goal- Finding a voice which has not been taken away but gone missing lately.
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Is there a connection between dancing and writing?
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