What is journaling?

What is journaling?

This lecture introduces you to journaling

A journal is a written record of your thoughts, feelings, experiences, and observations. You can write in your journal daily, or only when you feel the urge. Journaling is then the act of keeping, writing, reflecting and making personal change through the art of keeping a journal.

Benefits of journaling

Because your journal is private you can:-

  • Express your feelings and thoughts in an uninhibited way.
  • Clarify goals, before acting.
  • Release unhelpful thoughts and learn to let go.
  • Gain a sense of perspective and control.
  • Store and analyse your dreams.
  • Catalyst for change and creativity.
  • A source for your stories.

You will start to:-

  • Understand who you are, what you want and how to get it.
  • Find new ways to tackle old behaviours, issues or problems.
  • Unwind and relax.
  • Communicate with others better.
  • Create positive intentions and affirmations.
  • Discover a pathway to self-awareness which provides insights, upon which you can act and create change.
  • Find creative solutions to problems and challenges.
  • Discover memories.

Let me ask you:-

  • Do you feel stuck and unable to move on?
  • Have you tried every personal development course available, but still feel no further forward?
  • Have you ever wanted to write your life story or memoir, but stopped, staring blankly at the page in front of you. Full of doubts you put your pen away.
  • When you do write, do you fill up with emotion and can’t move on?
  • What if you could take the bold step of exploring you and your life and could discover how to make changes through writing and reflection? Would you be tempted?
  • What if you could get your story out, heal your wounds, be in control and confident. Would you want to take that step?

Who knows where you will find yourself at the end of the course?