➤ is a great way to tune into your intuition and gain insight into yourself
➤ is a judgment free zone to write about who you are and the things that are important to you
➤ can give you clarity by giving you a safe space to let your guard down and allowing thoughts to flow freely without regard to rules and judgement
➤ can help you problem solving by processing pros and cons and/or brainstorming to generate solutions
➤ helps keep you focused on your goals to track your progress, re-assess and make changes when needed
➤ can help clear the mind at the end to a stressful day
Just the act of writing down your dreams and goals ignites an entirely new dimension of consciousness, ideas and productivity to the powerhouse that is your subconscious mind.
This simple act also opens your subconscious to “seeing” opportunities that simply can’t be observed if you’re tied up with too much THINKING.
Often time we get so busy in life that our goals get pushed away to distractions. Our minds get cluttered with all the daily decisions, situations, and challenges. At work you might have to put out fires, sit in mind numbing meetings or deal with angry clients. At home you are bombarded by TV ads, social media, and family obligations. It’s easy to see your priorities get pushed aside.
Daily journaling will help you gain clarity, solve challenging problems, uncover and heal limiting beliefs, and keep your goals and dreams a top priority!
Journal writing is great because it makes you slow you mind down and actually force yourself to think. Your brain wasn’t designed to write and think about something else. It will force you right out your ideas and thoughts currently in your mind.
I strongly believe that the biggest key to my personal and professional success has been the fact that I stopped allowing my conscious mind to rule my life, my decisions, and my emotions. Instead, I decided to employ my subconscious mind on a full-time basis, and I haven’t looked back. Letting go of overthinking and overanalyzing has not only served me well, but it has allowed me to rewrite my programming - erasing limiting beliefs that I know were holding me back.
Journal writing has become sacred for me and although there are days where I don’t journal, I look forward to the time.
“Successful people ask better questions and as a result, get better answers.” — Tony Robbins
DOES DAILY JOURNALING STILL FEEL OVERWHELMING?
Try this. Simply answer the following 3 questions daily:
What made you feel calm today?
What are you grateful for?
What were three highlights of the day?
With time and creating a journaling habit you will begin to expand the topics and increase the variety of your journal entries.
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