100 Tips for Journaling
Journaling is a powerful tool for releasing negative emotions and manifesting positive experiences. Here are 100 tips to help you get started and make the most of your journaling practice.
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Pro Tip: Use these Tips & Prompts as a launchpad, don't just answer them as a checklist, tap into the vibration of this practice. What ideas flow through and to you when you read them. Where does your mind and heart desire to take you, now journal about that!
Whether journaling is your jam or you are nervous to get started, the best way to gain benefit from a journaling practice is to dive in. Use these 100 Tips & Journal Prompts as inspiration. Crack open that journal, play tip roulette, run up and down on the page with your mouse and write about the prompt that you land on.
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Pro Tip: Set your space and set yourself when you journal. Creating this connection between regulation, enjoyment, and feeling good with journaling will support you in journaling becoming a stress relieving practice. From the moment you look at or touch your journal you will start to benefit from the practice,
Start intentionally creating your space, consider lighting a candle or incense, making a cup of tea, cleaning up the space before working etc. Take a few deep cleansing breaths or horse lips or shake it out before your write. Set an intention, can be as simple as "Journaling feels so good, I gain so much benefit, I always receive ideas and messages".