Entries tagged with “Journaling”
Spend 30 minutes reflecting on last year and preparing for the new year with the following journaling prompts.
Studies suggest animals engage in their own kind of spiritual practices. Discover animal-inspired prayer through a sacred writing practice.
An invitation to mine the depths of your own truth.
Try this journaling exercise to rediscover something you used to be passionate about as a child.
Creativity, journaling and exploring passions.
A unique approach to capturing special moments in your life.
Journaling can transform not only my physical health, but also emotional and spiritual health.
When I was in my early twenties I went to see a psychic. He said I was so full of creative energy that I either needed to start writing books or I was going to start having babies.…
Try this writing practice of forgiveness: Visualize the person you felt hurt by as an 8 year old.
Walking a labyrinth can allow entry to the unknown if we are willing to listen.
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“Know thyself”—PlatoGreat words of wisdom, applicable to practicing yogis and non-yogis alike. Yoga is primarily about self-study (Svadhyaya). We pay attention to who we are at any…
Writing a journal allows you to dive into your internal experiences and find your true center.
Discover what’s in your heart, rather than what’s in your head.
A sociology professor records her experiences.
When we find each other stranded, the exercise of compassion demands that we interrupt our lives to return each other to our own true nature
How you talk too and treat yourself are the biggest contributors to establishing how you truly feel.
Years before her novels and short stories earned her recognition as one of midcentury America’s greatest writers, Flannery O’Connor poured her faith—and doubts—into one slim notebo…
Instead of keeping a private journal, a shared journal can be a way to use writing to connect or deepen a relationship.
As another year comes to a close and we look forward to new beginnings, this is the perfect time to reflect on what is working in our lives and what is not.