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Spiritual Self-Care: Journaling
Sade Jones
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Spiritual Self-Care: Journaling
Spiritual Self-Care: Journaling
Sade Jones • 01:36

Journaling is a powerful and easy spiritual activity that may help us better connect with our inner selves, our intuition, and the divine. By outlining our thoughts, feelings, and experiences on paper, we create a sacred space for introspection and self-expression. It establishes a conversation between our conscious and subconscious minds, enabling us to more deeply investigate our ideas, values, and wants.

When we keep a spiritual journal, we develop a sense of presence and awareness in our practice. It becomes a sort of active meditation as we narrow our attention to the here and now and the words that come from our pen. We explore our inner world and record our experiences to gain clarity, insights, and a deeper understanding of ourselves.

You can experience transformation and spiritual growth by keeping a journal. It gives us the chance to keep track of our spiritual development, explore important spiritual ideas and teachings, and write down instances of gratitude and divine direction. By doing this on a regular basis, we build a record of our thoughts and experiences that allows us to monitor our development, see trends, and observe how our spirituality changes over time.

Journaling offers us an essential method to connect with our spirituality, nourish our souls, and establish a visible record of our spiritual progress, whether it's through daily thoughts, gratitude lists, or in-depth introspective questions. It provides us with a platform where we may freely express ourselves, look for direction, and strengthen our relationship with the divine, both within and beyond. Grab a pen and a journal, and use the pages as a clean slate to explore your spirituality and your identity.


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[Sade Jones, Wellness Coach] Journaling is so healing. I journal every single day and it took me a while to fully commit and make it a habit. And believe me, on some days it was a fight, me against me. It's one of the most rewarding things I do for myself daily. And there are so many ways to journal. I wanna encourage you to find your favorite way and go for it. There's gratitude journaling, journal prompts, and time free writing. And that's where you just set a timer and write whatever is on your heart. I go back and forth between them. Sometimes I'll do all three in one session depending on what I'm going through. It's important to find what you connect to and vibe with that. I find journaling to be a spiritual release. I talk to God in my free writing. I thank God in my gratitude journals. Prompts help me become closer to God and connect with myself. I wanna share some general problems with you on spirituality as a self-care practice. What is one thing you've always loved about yourself? Do you acknowledge your blessings daily? Are you acknowledging your spiritual needs? What's your relationship with God like? List three things that you are grateful for.

Watching Now
Spiritual Self-Care: Journaling
Spiritual Self-Care: Journaling
Sade Jones • 01:36

Journaling is a powerful and easy spiritual activity that may help us better connect with our inner selves, our intuition, and the divine. By outlining our thoughts, feelings, and experiences on paper, we create a sacred space for introspection and self-expression. It establishes a conversation between our conscious and subconscious minds, enabling us to more deeply investigate our ideas, values, and wants.

When we keep a spiritual journal, we develop a sense of presence and awareness in our practice. It becomes a sort of active meditation as we narrow our attention to the here and now and the words that come from our pen. We explore our inner world and record our experiences to gain clarity, insights, and a deeper understanding of ourselves.

You can experience transformation and spiritual growth by keeping a journal. It gives us the chance to keep track of our spiritual development, explore important spiritual ideas and teachings, and write down instances of gratitude and divine direction. By doing this on a regular basis, we build a record of our thoughts and experiences that allows us to monitor our development, see trends, and observe how our spirituality changes over time.

Journaling offers us an essential method to connect with our spirituality, nourish our souls, and establish a visible record of our spiritual progress, whether it's through daily thoughts, gratitude lists, or in-depth introspective questions. It provides us with a platform where we may freely express ourselves, look for direction, and strengthen our relationship with the divine, both within and beyond. Grab a pen and a journal, and use the pages as a clean slate to explore your spirituality and your identity.


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[Sade Jones, Wellness Coach] Journaling is so healing. I journal every single day and it took me a while to fully commit and make it a habit. And believe me, on some days it was a fight, me against me. It's one of the most rewarding things I do for myself daily. And there are so many ways to journal. I wanna encourage you to find your favorite way and go for it. There's gratitude journaling, journal prompts, and time free writing. And that's where you just set a timer and write whatever is on your heart. I go back and forth between them. Sometimes I'll do all three in one session depending on what I'm going through. It's important to find what you connect to and vibe with that. I find journaling to be a spiritual release. I talk to God in my free writing. I thank God in my gratitude journals. Prompts help me become closer to God and connect with myself. I wanna share some general problems with you on spirituality as a self-care practice. What is one thing you've always loved about yourself? Do you acknowledge your blessings daily? Are you acknowledging your spiritual needs? What's your relationship with God like? List three things that you are grateful for.


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