Most of us who journal, or who have ever written in a journal, think of them as a place to pour out your heart, think through a problem, or just describe your day. And indeed, self-expression can be very powerful.
But I'm going to suggest another way to journal. This might even be a more important reason to journal, since it could change your life.
Manifest the Life You Want with Journaling
That graphic is a kind of preview of coming attractions for this month's blog posts. The theme, as you may have surmised, will be creating or manifesting the life you want.
The Law of Attraction is the inspiration for the conversation I want to have with you.
And my question is this. Could journaling be the process you need to create the tweak or shift you want in your life?
Doesn't have to be a major change. Might just be about finding more time for self-care. Or creating a rhythm in the way you spend time each day, so that each day goes more smoothly.
Here's what I am suggesting...
You take whatever it is you are hoping will change, or become a part of your everyday experience, and you write about it in your journal, as if it already has.
You express gratitude, you tell the story of what happened, you share what's happening "now" as result. And in doing so, your brain hears you thinking that story as if it is true, and the universe gets the message that you are completely clear about what you want and what you plan to do once you get it.
Would that be fun to try?
I've been doing that in my own journal for a while now, and for me, it's not only fun, but also exciting!
I suggested visual journaling during a 7-day "journal the life you want" challenge in my Facebook group, recently.
Listen, to hear how it can help to support you in manifesting the life you want…
Do you journal?
And if so, have you ever tried visual journaling?
See you tomorrow!