Journaling ~ As it is written so let it be
Sometime in your life you will go on a journey.
It will be the longest journey you have ever taken.
It is the journey to find yourself.
~ Katherine Sharp
When you write down your ideas you automatically focus your full attention on them. Few if any of us can write one thought and think another at the same time. Thus a pencil and paper make excellent concentration tools.
~ Michael Leboeuf
We take a flexible approach to our journals which means we include pictures that we find, or make, sketches, articles from magazines and books, quotes from people in our lives or historical figures. When we go to our Spiritual Centers or as we read books we add the various bits of wonderful knowledge that assists us in our Spiritual Evolution.
Your journal is a special thing for you, so your choice is important in the sense that it is your journal and your personal expression. In our class on Journaling the Journey, writers will come to the web site and go to the daily contemplation page and write about that days contemplation and what that idea brings up in them. The depth of your writing is not as important as the process and putting pen to paper, or fingers to the keyboard.
Revealing The Essence