Normally, when people hear the word “journal”, they think diary or some place to release my feelings. Journaling can help you heal. Whenever you put pen to paper, while you’re upset, you are releasing the pain. If you’ve ever written down how you were feeling, after a heavy experience, you may have discovered that you felt a little better, lighter, after doing so. Today, I’m sharing a more structured way for you to release your pain onto paper and get more out of the exercise than being able to vent freely.
Life happens quickly, and it’s almost too easy to get so caught up in what’s happening physically that we forget to attend to the spiritual part of ourselves. We let the outside world get to the inside of us, and some don’t even know that this is taking place or what to do about it. To release worry, anger, frustration, doubt, and a plethora of other negative states of mind, and to achieve peace, you have to surrender to serenity. One way to surrender to serenity is to write. Write it all down. Get it all out. This will make room for the good stuff to flow into your life.
Many people have asked me, especially over the course of the last few months, how I lost so much weight. By the way, the last time I checked, I was down 59 lbs. I have freely told each person who has asked about my weight loss journey, but I don’t think anyone has believed me. I know that we live in a world where people claim to pop pills and lose weight, get bigger butts, and more, but true results come from within. Read more
I have said this so many times that it almost seems ridiculous that I don’t already have a post about it. We all have experiences that we have endured that would help someone else, if we would only share our story with him or her. I have said, in one of my YouTube videos, that I believe all of our purposes are connected, and that we are here to serve one another. In the video, I stated that doing our “job” of living our purpose is exactly what will spark someone else to do their “job”. You may have endured some things that would greatly help another person, if you were willing to share your story. Read more