"Sometimes we deny, hide or edit what's present because we desire our reality to be different than what it is. When we explore what's present, we bring more honesty into our experiences."
This week, I'm revealing a journaling technique that can help open new doors of insight and knowledge.
In this week's episode, we explore:
"Be aware that we can often see what we want to see and what we've always seen rather than what's actually there."
When you ask yourself what’s present, you get to write from a place of presence and experience - not the mind alone.
You can uncover something completely unexpected through this practice.
It’s a powerful way to shake things up and access more ideas, insights, and observations.
This week's journaling prompt.
What's present NOW?
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.
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"Journaling what's present invites more authenticity. It also invites more completeness and visibility as well as expanding our awareness of what's actually there."
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Now get to writing!