Has this happened to you? You are working on your book, your work in progress. Suddenly, many other events, relationships, and life goals change for the better. That’s the power of transformative writing.
Most writers journal because when it comes to writing, we are all in. We work on our novels while waiting for the traffic light to change. We keep journals handy by our beds. What else can journaling do?
What is Transformative Journaling and Why is it Different from Regular Journaling? by Catharine Bramkamp
Transformative Journaling – the idea of writing straight from your sub conscious, circumventing the conscious, editorial section of your brain can uncover and express greater truths and insights.
I have made vision boards on and off for years. Sometimes the vision doesn’t vary much and I carry over from one year to the next – same postcard of London, same magazine cut out of the lilac fields in Provence.
There is no question that writing down your best revenge schemes is a delicious way to pass an dreary winter afternoon. But all that writing can lead to so much more.
I adore watching the Olympics mostly because I love to watch the segments the reporters do on the athlete’s journey to win Olympic gold, or to just participate. Most, if not all, have had horrific challenges to overcome in their lives, and they were willing to share those experiences to the benefit of other Olympic hopefuls and the viewers. I especially love those who have overcome personally defeats and tragedies to rise to a individual victory.
I am failing at journal writing. I’m participating in two journaling communities in which you share your day and your posts and in doing so, you will magically chart your inextricably progress towards the achievement of self-realization and future success.
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