What is it that you can’t stop thinking or dreaming about?
What are you most looking forward to experiencing in your future?
For today’s journaling session, you’re invited 💌 to tune into a moment in your future and write all about it.
This session is going to be alot of fun. If your beliefs don’t match your vision, there’s also a little alchemy exercise at the end to help you shift what’s blocking you. Happy Journaling! 📓 Follow me to view the journaling guidelines.
So how did Day 3 of your 21 Days of Self-Discovery Journaling go?
You were encouraged to tune into what has hurt you.
What did you discover?
If you missed Day 3 ~ follow me to view the journaling guidelines.
There’s a great alchemy practice at the end of the journaling session to help you let the situation go and there’s also a free Soul Whisper’s track called “Some Words For Your Pain” included with the journaling session.
Yes, it’s good to vent, but it’s even better to move in the direction of your healing. So I provided some tools to help you do just that.
This journaling session is an invitation to acknowledge your pain, to breathe through it, cry through it, and then give yourself permission to let it go.
Are you ready? Let’s go journal.
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These self-discovery journaling sessions are an invitation for you to get to know yourself better, for you to tune into what your heart, body, & mind have to say, and for you to connect with your Soul. For Day 3 You’re Encouraged To Tune Into What Has Or Is Hurting You. Get your box of tissues ready.
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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Welcome To Freedom Friday!
Sounds Cool – But What Is It?
Freedom Friday is where you get to come clean about the things that are heavy on your heart. Every Friday you get to come to this space and release any feelings that you may have pent up inside. This space is not a space for you to be judged or criticized. It’s not a space where you will be graded on your writing or red-marked for your spelling or grammar.
This space was created for you to release your pain through writing, to write about the things that give you a sense of freedom, and to express yourself freely. Sometimes we hold things in, and it winds up hindering our truest expression. The burden of such things weighs on us like a ton of bricks. Freedom Friday is a day where you have permission to lay that burden down.
This space is a space where you get to acknowledge your feelings, express them, make amends with them, and then set them free. It’s a purification exercise that I believe will free up some more space for your creative expression to flow more abundantly.
Are you ready to cleanse yourself of the feelings you have been holding inside? If so, don’t forget to click the “leave a comment” button at the top of the post, and share your story. If you prefer to share the post on your own blog please be sure to add the words Freedom Friday to your post & link back to this post.
Thank you for reading!