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Did you ever keep a journal in your formative years? Have you wondered what it would be like to dust off pen and paper and try your hand at journaling as an adult? Have you ever been curious about journal writing but were unsure of how to get started? Or have you always wanted to try but found it difficult to express your thoughts?
In recent years, many people have turned to journal writing as a tool to promote relaxation and well being, to help collect and process difficult thoughts and emotions, to sort out difficult feelings, and to aid in self-discovery. It's an ancient tradition that has been around for centuries but only recently has gone mainstream.
In this day and age, we’re more connected to others than at any other time in history, but in adapting and conditioning ourselves to this new normal, we have managed to become quite disconnected from ourselves. Repressed thoughts, feelings, and emotions run rampant within our psyches. But how do we pull them forward in order to reconcile them? Journal writing can help unlock some of those mysteries.
If you've ever wanted to begin journaling but have said to yourself, “I don’t know where to start.”, “I’m not sure what to write about.", or, “Do I really have anything interesting to say?”, this book can help you get over that hump. Whether you have years of experience with journaling or have never written a single journal entry, the information contained here will benefit you in your journaling practice.
This book provides guidance for those who want to explore journal writing but either have never tried, or have tried but had some difficulty getting started. It’s also for those who are curious about journaling as a form of self-expression and are looking for additional advice, tips, and resources to bring thoughts and emotions forward. It discusses how to get started, what to do if you get stuck, how to write authentically and without filters, how to write from the heart, how to write through depression, sadness, and grief, how to use journaling to get more in touch with your inner self, and how journaling can help you access your intuition.
It's designed to help you get the most out of the time you spend putting your thoughts to words, and gives you the tools to teach you how to write from the soul.