Entries tagged with “Journaling”
A new wave of journals can help you harness the healing power of writing down your innermost thoughts and feelings.
I often include different journal prompts on Weightless because I think it’s key to continually maintain a dialogue with ourselves. It’s part of building a healthy relationship, or…
Best-selling author Cheryl Richardson delves into midlife challenges and experiments with journal writing in her long-awaited return, Waking Up in Winter: In Search of What Re…
There are many different ways we can approach journaling. Here are seven suggestions to try.
These questions culled from books can inspire spiritual growth, self-awareness, and courage to take life by the horns.
When I first started “coming out” as a spiritual guy, so to speak, I was living in sunny San Diego, California. The West Coast seemed to be the birthplace of so much personal growt…
Can’t bear to put pen to paper? Start with a page that’s full of words instead of one that’s devoid of them.
Adapted excerpt from Awake at the Bedside
Try this free writing journaling practice coinciding with the moon phases.
Dr. Neha Sangwan and writer and coach Jackee Holder say deep listening is the path to wellness
Adapted from How To Heal Yourself When No One Else Can
A simple and effective end of year ritual is to carve out a little time for yourself to meditate and journal.
Try this self-assessment to tap into what makes you feel fully alive.
“Your task is not to seek for love, but to seek and find the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.” —RumiAs humans, we are creatures of habit. We not only stick …
Spend 30 minutes reflecting on last year and preparing for the new year with the following journaling prompts.
An invitation to mine the depths of your own truth.
Try this journaling exercise to rediscover something you used to be passionate about as a child.
When I was in my early twenties I went to see a psychic. He said I was so full of creative energy that I either needed to start writing books or I was going to start having babies.…
Try this writing practice of forgiveness: Visualize the person you felt hurt by as an 8 year old.
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“Know thyself”—PlatoGreat words of wisdom, applicable to practicing yogis and non-yogis alike. Yoga is primarily about self-study (Svadhyaya). We pay attention to who we are at any…
Writing a journal allows you to dive into your internal experiences and find your true center.
Discover what’s in your heart, rather than what’s in your head.
A sociology professor records her experiences.
When we find each other stranded, the exercise of compassion demands that we interrupt our lives to return each other to our own true nature
Instead of keeping a private journal, a shared journal can be a way to use writing to connect or deepen a relationship.
As another year comes to a close and we look forward to new beginnings, this is the perfect time to reflect on what is working in our lives and what is not.
One of the reasons we practice yoga, in my opinion, is to become better translators.Our bodies have a complex language, and they are talking to us all the time. Our guts are receiv…
What qualities would you like it to bring out in you or to communicate to yourself and all those who enter your home?
Create sacred space for crafting your own personal journaling practice with these finds from S&H.
This now classic practice is much more powerful if you choose the right God
Do the items on your list reflect your true self?
Often considered a forgotten art, the act of letter writing can be transformative and healing—even without sending it.
A new study from the University of Arizona, Tucson showed that for people undergoing a divorce, a specific form of writing helped their bodies better respond to cardiovascular stre…
A major aspect of my practice has always been about coming home to my body. We live in a culture that doesn’t always honor the body; we tend instead to objectify it as this thing t…
Injuries often happen in the silliest ways. We are intelligent adults; we look both ways before crossing the street, we don't run with scissors or swallow toothpaste. But we badly …