Journaling Can Be Therapeutic. Do You Journal?
I’ve always loved journaling as a way to clear my mind. Whether I’m traveling or at home, the first thing I do when I wake up is pull out my notebook and record positive things that have happened to me as well as uplifting thoughts -Gloria Reuben
I love journaling. I have been writing down my thoughts and ideas for years. There have also been times when I didn’t and felt that I should have.
Have you ever had a great idea or thought and when you tried to think about it again, you couldn’t. When I think back on it, I wish I had taken the time to write them down. I wish I had taken the time to entertain the ideas through writings on paper.
But anyways, I try to keep a little notebook with me at all times. So, when those thoughts come, I can just write them down. I have a few notebooks that I utilized now.
Journaling can be very therapeutic when you fill the blank pages with your thoughts and feelings.
Emotions can be trapped inside causing negative energy to flow in you. The releasing of those emotions can be just what you need to feel free. Sometimes, emotions can be written down instead of spoken. The pen can write what you can not say.
Journaling is a great way to practice gratitude. Writing down grateful moments or things help put your mind in a positive state.
One of my favorite ways to practice gratitude is through journaling
When it comes to practicing gratitude, I like to create a vibe. I get comfy on the chaise in my bedroom with some Mozart playing in the background
Let the rays of natural light come through the window
Lavender oil in the diffuser
A nice cup of tea
I find myself getting lost in gratitude by journaling grateful moments to the rays of natural light coming in.
It is such a freeing and therapeutic moment. It’s like a personal date with your thoughts. You know the date is going to end great because you are in total control. You get to be intentional and fill your mind up with grateful moments and things in your life.
Do you journal?
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