Writing Your Best Self

Exploring Journaling As A Mindfulness Tool

February 22, 2022 Georgina El Morshdy
Writing Your Best Self
Exploring Journaling As A Mindfulness Tool
Show Notes

Our ability to create a steady keel in the constant ebbing and flowing of our lives can make a big difference. 

The more we can guide ourselves back to a calm centre, the more we can support and nourish our mental and emotional wellbeing. The more we can reconnect with that place of inner knowing, the more we can use our personal power to move through whatever life presents. 

Mindfulness is a practice that can help us do this.

Tune into this episode and discover how journaling can tether you to the present moment and empower you to move through life with more intentionality and mindfulness.

"All our power exists in the now."

In this episode we explore: 

  • What is mindfulness?
  • Why do we find it hard to observe the moment? 
  • Why our power exists in the now. 
  • What happens when you slow down to write in your journal.
  • Getting off the hamster wheel of repetitive thoughts through journaling.   

"Journaling creates an opportunity for closure and clarity through authentic self-expression." 

  • Turning a monologue into a two-way conversation in your journal.
  • How we can practice mindfulness journaling. 
  • How to stop the inner critic sabotaging your journaling. 
  • Journaling as your safe space for fearless self-expression. 
  • Mindfulness as an ever-unfolding journey - NOT a destination. 
  • And more...     

This week's journaling prompts.

1. What are you most proud of and why? 
2. What's the best thing that happened today?  
3. Why are you grateful for your family. 

Also, check out the BestSelf Co. range of journaling tools:
1. Creating Your Live List [$5 investment].
2. Transform Fear to Focus [$5 investment].
3. 52 List Journaling Prompts [a free tool].
4. Journaling options... Self Journal & Scribe.

Find us on social. I'm @GeorginaElMorshdy and we're @bestselfCo.

"Something shifts when you journal your thoughts. Writing takes off the edge and reduces the charge of what was - before that point - intangibly moving through you ."  

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