JOURNALING

The act of putting pen to paper or at least pondering your thoughts can reveal beautiful, deep emotions not experienced from the surface.
A stunning bioluminescence of the soul revealed only by daring to dive into its abyss.

Journaling provides a safe haven to explore and take risk with your innermost thoughts. If you choose to be fearless and authentic, putting thought to paper can be a liberating and creative discovery of self. Although journaling is widely known as a recording of history, this journaling exercise is about exploration.

There are many other types of journaling. Two of my favorites are prayer journals and gratitude journals. Both of these are powerful tools for healing or shifting a negative perspective. 

Where to begin....

There are many beautiful journals out there. Find one that speaks to you and speak back. If you prefer the computer, go for it! If life is a bit chaotic, you may choose to simply ponder the question in your thoughts.

 

You can commit to the full experience or simply peruse the prompts and select one that speaks to you. However you choose to embark, is the right way! 

If you feel stuck in any of these promts, I have shared a few of my own entries in the "sharing" section. 

Name three things you are most proud of

Is there a forgiveness letter you need to write?

Write about a time in your life when you thought you couldn't go on, but you did. 

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What do you wish more people knew about you? 

Think about your own personal story, what are the things that hit you, break you, and ultimately open you?

What one thing do you need to forgive yourself for?

What is my most treasured memory and why? 

What do you stand for?

List two - five people who you trust. What makes them trustworthy? 

Name three things you are most proud of.

Write one negative story you are telling yourself. Now re-write your story in a way that feeds your soul.