Sunday, June 12, 2016

A New Way To Journal

One of the best ways to become more spiritual is to start journaling.  Writing your inner most thoughts, passions, desires, and hopes for the future can be extremely enlightening and cathartic.  Writing down your dreams every morning can help open doors to your inner psyche.  Venting your emotions through writing can help release pent up anger and frustrations that you've been holding on to for ages.  Writing in general (even if you feel like you're not that good at it) can be healing in so many ways.

I always recommend that children of all ages should start writing in a journal to help process their emotions and thoughts.  It's a healthy way to figure life out when it's at its most confusing.  And as people enter adulthood, the need for journaling becomes even more important!  BUT let's be honest.  Most people don't write in a journal regularly, if at all.  We use lack of time, lack of motivation, lack of skill, etc as an excuse to never pick up a pen and write.  It's unfortunate because this form of self expression can lead to a huge spiritual awakening in a lot of people.

I stumbled across "Start Where You Are" by Meera Lee Patel during an Amazon search a few months back.  I was looking for books to inspire me to get back into my spiritual practice and this journal presented itself in my feed.  "Start Where You Are" is a new way to journal.  It is a journal that guides you into figuring out the answers you've been searching for.  It asks you questions that you have to answer honestly.  It compassionately guides you to a more spiritual and loving path and helps you figure life out for yourself.  It also offers inspiring quotes that align with the daily entries.

After finding this journal online (and using it for my own personal use), I now recommend it to anyone who is searching for answers, may feel lost in life, and/or need a little guidance.  In no time at all, this book will have people journaling as if they've been doing it since childhood.

Thank you for reading my blog.

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