Tips For Working Through Your Daily Journaling Activities:
+ Write the question in your journal at the top of the page and read over it a few times. Sit with the question and take a few deep breaths, and begin to notice what arises in you.
+ As soon as you hear the words forming in your mind, put pen to paper and start writing. I suggest writing as much as you can, without stopping to re-read.
+ If you reach a point where you think you have written all you can, see if you can write some more. Simply pause, take a few deep breaths, re-read the question and see if anything else flows.
+ Allow this to be a creative writing experience, where you are free to express and explore the prompts in any way you want. Try to not overthink it, or aim to get it right or perfect, as that will block your expression.
+ If nothing comes to mind in response to a question, simply start writing and allow the clarity to come as you write. Sometimes when your hand starts moving, it supports the words to flow.
+ If at any stage you feel really stuck, you can leave a prompt and revisit it later.
The 21 Daily Prompts:
Additional notes for your Day One activity:
2020 has been full of the unknown and the unexpected. Reflect over what you remember deciding was going to be your theme for 2020 at the start of the year. Did it change as the year unfolded?
Look back over 2020 and see if you can identify what the theme has really been for you. Reflect on the feelings or emotions you have experienced a lot through the year. Think about the common thread that has run through many of your experiences, learnings or lessons.
Some examples of themes might be: Surrender, Inner Transformation, Trust, Expansion, Completion, New Beginnings, Transformation, Pleasure, Abundance, Flow, Freedom, Expression, Feminine Energy, Self-Care, Balance, Transition, Courage, Love, etc.