21 Day Journaling Streak Links

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Day 1 What

Day 2 When

Day 3 How

Day 4 Why

Day 5 Sacred Ritual

Day 6 No distractions

Day 7 By the bed

Day 8 The secret life

Day 9 Kindest form of self care

Day 10 Conversing with yourself

Day 11 Our whole life

Day 12 90% listening

Day 13 your being speaks

Day 14 No pretending

Day 15 Safely seen

Day 16 Messiness

Day 17 Ask for answers

Day 18 Don’t hold back

Day 19 One word

Day 20 No rules

Day 21 Misc.

 

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Journaling Streak Day 21 :: Misc.

21*Consider making a mark in the margins, or bending the top corner of your page, when something profound, helpful, moving, etc comes out of you, so you can easily access it later should you choose to.

*Re-reading journals is completely optional. Some people derive great insight by doing this. Others have no desire. You choose.

*Keeping or destroying journals is entirely your choice, as well. Many become attached to their journals, like a best friend, and insist on keeping them. Others find it liberating to release all the energy shared in the journal. Two beautiful ways of letting them go are burning them or burying them in the earth.

*Two highly recommended books to inspire your journaling practice:: The Artists’ Way and Writing Down the Bones.

 

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Journaling Streak Day 20 :: No rules

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You make your own rules.

These words belong to you.

There is no right or wrong.

The only rule suggestion is that you commit to writing as a practice of truth telling that inevitably will make you ravenous for the written word, and bring about a source in you that often goes untapped.

 

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Journaling Streak Day 19 :: One word

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Sometimes we are overcome with a strong emotion above all else.

Anger.

Worry.

Overwhelm.

Insecurity.

Use a one word prompt, by writing your most prevalent emotion down, and then releasing from there.

Give direction and then let flow.

 

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Journaling Streak Day 18 :: Don’t hold back

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Life is full of so much we never process.

Do not hold back.

This is the place.

A home for ALL of you. {Even the ugly and dark part.}

Learn to feel closest to your truth here.

Allow permission for all of you.

 

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Journaling Streak Day 17 :: Ask for answers

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Sometimes before you begin writing you will know you need guidance toward a particular concern you’re facing.

Ask for that guidance.

Begin with your concern and write until you feel a shift or a clue or a clarity that is undoubtedly encouragement for your concern.

Answers are always accessible within us.

If they don’t come the first time, try again (and again) the next day.

Avoid trying to control the answer. Be open to the sincere answer.

 

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Journaling Streak Day 16 :: Messiness

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Your journal is a place you never need to worry about its mess.

The mess of grammar, the mess of yourself.

Your journal is not a place to keep tidy, nor a place to keep yourself appearing tidy.

Allow the grammatical gamut to to be gutted, allow the fear of your honesty to be conquered, allow the internal pressure of perfection to bugger off…and go make a mess!

 

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Journaling Streak Day 15 :: Safely seen

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We all wish to be seen.

And to feel safe in being seen.

Journaling gives space for both, as we witness ourselves and our deepest truth within these private pages.

 

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Journaling Streak Day 14 :: No pretending

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There is no pretending in these pages.

There is no succumbing to the societal, familial or internal pressure to perform.

The handwritten, honest words of journaling help you face head on what you’d be tempted to turn away.

It confirms instincts and clarifies feelings threatened when others seem to experience things differently.

Allow your journaling practice to do this for you by refusing to pretend in these pages.

 

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Journaling Streak Day 13 :: your being speaks

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writing

is the way

your being

speaks to you.

Nayyirah Waheed

 

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