How did Day 2 of your self-discovery journaling sessions go?
If you missed it, check out the journaling guidelines here ~ it’s an invitation to connect with your higher-self.
That part of you is always there to offer assistance. The quote above explains your higher-self perfectly. Your higher-self is the best version of you. Tune in, listen to what she has to say, and trust the steps & guidance that she offers you. That wise inner part of you knows the way. Trust is the 🗝.
If you want to follow along with the 21 Days of Self-Discovery Journaling be sure to follow me on IG @spiritandmuse.
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The new year is here, and it’s time to invite in new energy.
For this “new energy” practice, I encourage you to create a “good things” journal. Usually, when people think of journaling, they think of writing down their negative thoughts. You know, like venting. But for this practice, I’m encouraging you to create a “good things” journal.
It’s where you write down all of the good things that happen to you throughout the day.
- Got a free coffee
- Laughed so hard my stomach hurt
- Picked up some beautiful blooms from the market
- My son walked for the first time today
You get the idea ~ right?
It’s a great practice to focus on all the good that happens, and it feels good to go back and read it over. So give it a try, and let me know how it goes.
Also, I have a little gift for you. Here’s a free 2017 Daily Alignment Guide for you. No sign-up needed. Just a little something to say Happy New Year & to help you invite in the new energy. Enjoy!
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Sometimes it’s not easy to find your place in the world. There’s so much that you want to do and create, and fear and insecurity stop you from going after your dreams sometimes. It has happened to me over and over again, but I keep trusting.
I keep listening to my soul voice instead of my fears.
I have a dream to create a business that I love, that I’m passionate about, and that provides me with the security and stability I need. I’ve failed more times than I can count, but I will not give up on that vision that I see for myself. If something isn’t working, you change the plan ~ not the goal.
Check out the new site Spirit & Muse. It’s a platform I created to help ignite your spirit & inspire your creativity. I hope it inspires you to keep going ~ against all odds.
Creativity is a natural expression of the human soul.
It’s a form of us tuning into the Infinite realm and bringing the unseen to life. Creativity is meant to come easy, but a couple of things hinder that current – fear and rigidity. We can’t fathom the idea that something else has control and knows exactly what we need, but it does, and it’s inviting you to start creating without all the “rules” that we’re accustomed to. Here’s Creative Expression and The Fear Of Spontaneity.
Fear creeps in whenever we are starting a new project or thinking about doing something creative. The very sense that we use to preserve life, winds up getting out of control sometimes, and then blocks the creative process (altogether). Here are 3 tips to help you work around that creative fear.
If you are anything like me, a lot of things interest you.
You feel like your mind is running in a million different directions, and your passion may not be as clearly defined as some of the other people that you are comparing yourself to.
You may have a seemingly non-related list of passions that you can’t seem to marry.
For example you may like soap making, decoding dreams, gardening, collecting rocks, and sculpting.
Your list of things you love may excite you, but you can’t figure out how to fit them all into to this structure based society.
Not being able to pin down your passion and put it into a category may leave you feeling ashamed, irresponsible, and disappointed in yourself.
If you’ve been feeling anything close to that, this post is for you.
I came across some information today that I knew I had to share.
In the video below, Elizabeth Gilbert, author of the Eat Pray Love phenomenon, gives some profound advice on following your passion.
So if you feel like you’ve gotten it wrong or like you are a step behind because you haven’t clearly discovered your passion – the video below is for you.
Be sure to stop back and let me know what you think.
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