Journaling is personal. It’s alone time. Solution oriented. Mind clearing. Creative making. Fun loving. Satisfying. And healing. Healing to body, mind and soul. The journal keeping process is simple. You need only a notebook and writing instrument, the rest is...read more
Journaling is like a map. Write down your dreams and you know which direction to go, even if you don’t remember what you have written.read more
Figure out what your fun is and do that.
Be grateful. Keep a running list of all the things you’re thankful for.
Find your friends and plan time with them.
Spend time helping someone else.
Before you go to bed, intend to dream.
Intend to remember your dreams.
Keep a (working) pen and notebook or journal next to your bed
What is daydreaming anyway?
It’s a visualization really. You might close your eyes, or not, then follow a thought, wish or problem, letting your thoughts wander in a meandering sort of way. One thought leading to the next, not pushing, not directing. Dreaming of how things could unfold.
Visit with a friend that makes you laugh.
Listen to music you love.
Deep breath for 2 or 3 breaths.
We are all so busy multitasking it seems we don’t have the time anymore.
But daydreaming is healthy.
It helps each of us clarify what we want in our life and discover things we love.
Recently Heather Shafer invited me to blog for her at To Live Inspired. Heather is a Goddess Year participant and a favorite inspired friend. She blogs about living inspired, empowered and creatively. Heather is a certified Dream Coach and an Inspiration/Authentic...read more