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The Benefits of Sacred Soul Journal Writing

 There are many benefits to Journal Writing but there are some challenges too!

From My Own Journal

From My Own Journal

An Article in Psychology Today published on Sept 5, 2013 by Steven Stosny, Ph.D. states that ‘journaling can have a negative effect on your behavior and well being if it makes you live too much in your head, makes you a passive observer of your life or makes you self-obsessed. I agree that regular journaling can do this.

But Sacred Soul Journaling is different.

Creating entries in a journal like this goes beyond just writing what is going on in your head and has many profound benefits.  It allows you to dump what is in your head so that you can center on aligning with your inner wisdom. Through the use of This sacred writing tool, this type of journaling allows your subconscious to come through to hear the wisdom of your soul for the Soul Knows The Truth.

The benefits of Sacred Soul Journaling (in no particular order of importance) allows you:

Does using the traditional methods to journal keep you too much in your head? If it does, you’ll want to go deeper and allow your inner wisdom to be heard.

If you want to discover Sacred Soul Journaling, I invite you to explore this amazing spiritual awakening tool this summer. Stay Tuned for this incredible, virtual workshop where the beginner who wants to embrace this compass to their inner wisdom and for the advanced journaler who wants to take their practice to a deeper level. Mark your calendars for Monday August 4th, check my next blog post, (have you subscribed to the RSS feed?) and, of course, it will be in my weekly soul-musing ezine ~ let me know if you want musings from my heart each week!

What benefits do you receive from your journal and how can you advance your ability?

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18 Comments »

  1. Thoughtful list and comments on aligning journaling with your inner wisdom and not just the thoughts in your head.

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    Laura Clark Reply:

    Thanks, Cindy. That is the Gold Nugget to Sacred Soul Journaling ~ NOT just writing the thoughts that are in your head but hearing them for just that ‘head-thoughts’ and going deeper to getting the soul thoughts!

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    Comment by Cindy — July 14, 2014 @ 9:31 pm

  2. As with all things there is a balance. Understanding your intention when journaling (or really doing anything) will help keep that balance tipped in your favor.

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    Laura Clark Reply:

    Balance in everything in life is key, Bonnie. Understanding intentions in everything is the best way to begin, yes! Sacred Soul Journaling is about taking your writing to a deeper level~ which quite possibly means losing balance ~ to uncover the depth of who you are!

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    Comment by Bonnie Copeland — July 15, 2014 @ 12:23 pm

  3. I love the long list of benefits a Scared Journal can help us recognize, more than I had thought of! Thank you for reminding me to be more open to allowing this type of connection with Spirit. Bless you

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    Laura Clark Reply:

    That’s all it takes, sometimes, Donna ~ being open to allowing 🙂 🙂 🙂

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    Comment by Donna Marie Crawford — July 15, 2014 @ 10:20 pm

  4. This was a real good! When I journal a lot of that list I’m doing. My biggest entry ever was the whole forgiveness piece. Not just forgiving others but forgiving myself.

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    Laura Clark Reply:

    Awesome! Going deep, deeper, deepest in the journaling is where the Gold Is!!!!! Great Job!

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    Comment by lorraine.duncan16@gmail.com — July 16, 2014 @ 10:20 am

  5. I have tended to use journaling primarily for venting! It’s a great way to get things off my chest or out of my head without burdening other people with them. But I would love to learn how to use journaling in more ways. Looking forward to it!

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    Laura Clark Reply:

    Sarah ~ so many people like you start RIGHT there and that’s great! It is a good way to vent…..but really when you take it to the next level, it gives you the answers you seek to the angst that started the need to vent in the first place!!! Stay Tuned! 🙂

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    Comment by Sarah — July 17, 2014 @ 2:05 pm

  6. Love this thoughtful list, Laura!

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    Laura Clark Reply:

    Thanks so much Carolyn!!!! KEEP SMILING

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    Comment by Carolyn Herfurth — July 19, 2014 @ 8:15 am

  7. I so love this post and the great list ob the beautiful Sacred Soul benefits of journaling. Journaling is a huge part of my healing at all levels and I feel such a sense of peace and it allows me to connect to spirit at a deep level.. thank you!

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    Laura Clark Reply:

    You are welcome,Martha!!! So very glad you found it useful 🙂

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    Comment by martha — July 20, 2014 @ 5:11 pm

  8. Journaling is a special activity that I’ve practiced since childhood. Currently, I strive to focus on writing out the vision for the life I want to create, as well as those things for which I’m grateful. It helps me to stay focused on the positive, which is always fulfilling. For me, this approach makes the journey more wonderful, while helping me remain committed to a clear vision. Thanks for this post!

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    Laura Clark Reply:

    Isn’t it Great, Frances, when you have a focal point for your vision and a way to hone in on it ~ using the pen!!! KEEP SMILING 🙂

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    Comment by Frances Arnold — July 20, 2014 @ 7:57 pm

  9. I am intrigued by This post. I am not a journaler but I am a list maker.soul journaling is a neat concept. Happy to learn more!

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    Laura Clark Reply:

    Cena ~ if you are a list maker ~ you can definitely become a journaler! It’s right there in the list topics that journaling to discover the deeper meaning of their purpose and how they support who you are so that the lists become energized for your soul’s work!

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    Comment by Cena Block - SaneSpaces.com — July 25, 2014 @ 12:17 am

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