Write for Insight: Personal Reflection
To Empower You to Know, Listen to and Support Yourself
Journaling is writing to journey into your heart.
It’s available for free anytime you need support and clarity.
All you need is a pen, paper and a relaxed open mind to enter your heart.
“Follow effective action with quiet reflection. From the quiet reflection will come even more effective action.”
– James Levin
Journaling For Self-Awareness
When you clean your body through a detox program you start to connect with your inner self, and get clear on what you truly need and what’s most important;. reflect on past habits and behaviors and what changes you want to make to best take care of yourself. You may also become more spiritually aware and connected. This is the best time to journal, release the past, learn from yourself and create what you want. When you are aware of who you are and what you want, you live your truth. With your soul in alignment, beauty, health and happiness are a natural result.
If you want intuitive answers, creativity, healing and soul connection, than you must more actively use the right brain. And the right brain is accessed more easily with questions.
Your subconscious mind serves your conscious mind. It implements whatever directives it’s given. If you say you don’t have enough time, your subconscious will ensure that you won’t. If you ask a question, the subconscious will always answer it – you need only pay attention. The answers can be subtle and indirect, and they can come from anywhere at any time. The key is to be aware. The bigger and more complex the question, the longer the subconscious may take to respond with an answer. So turn your problems and self-talk into good questions. You may even explore stating your affirmations and goals as questions.
Catch your blind spots, stay on track and improve your habits. Become more focused, clear, creative, purposeful, aware and balanced. There is magic in taking time to ask yourself the right questions that will bring the right answers for you. Spend about an hour and start to answer some of the questions listed below in your personal journal. Be honest with yourself.
Once you have answered the questions, create a list of action steps for next week or month. Do this process regularly and watch your life change.
When you have completed the answers and the resulting action steps, ask yourself, “What am I missing? Is there anything else?” Use questions often. The subconscious mind is always answering. We must only practice asking and then listening.
The power comes from the question, the pause and why?
STEPS: Relax, Connect, Ask, Right Brain/Write Fast, Pause, Allow More to Flow, Review, Summarize, Explore, Action
- Why am I detoxing?
- How do I feel right now? Why?
- What is my body telling me?
- What do I want? What am I embracing?
- What gives me energy?
- What don’t I want?What am I releasing?
- What drains my energy?
- What changes do I want to make?
- What would my ideal life look and feel like?
- How can I nurture my mind, body & soul?
- What am I grateful for?
- What am I working on?
- What is causing stress?
- What am I worried about?
- What do I need to do to best take care of me and my life?
- What am I hungry for?
- What do I want to do today, this week, this year?
- What are my passions?
- What brings me joy?
- What do I love to do?
- What are my dreams and desires?
- What role(s) do I want to play in life?
Cultivate more joy by doing the things you love. Make a list of all those things and incorporate them into your daily life. This will lead to living your purpose!
With your soul in alignment health and happiness are a natural result. When you are true to yourself, you live your purpose and experience joy & bliss plus contribute to humanity. To be of service is the greatest joy of all.
“The Five Principles of Authentic Living: Be Present. Pay Attention. Listen Deeply. Speak Truthfully. Act Creatively.”