Journal Exercise: Learning to Ask For Help

In our fast paced lives in western culture, and also in other cultures specifically for men, it is looked down upon if you need help. This idea is of course ridiculous. But we all still feel the pressure to not ask for help. So today, let's explore this idea of...

Journal Exercise: Your Body/Exercise

Moving your body is the #1 absolute most important key to having good health, and loving the way you look. Without exercise our bodies retain a lot of the calories we eat, we being to have chronic disease, and we just plain do not feel well or energized. It's so...

Journal Exercise – Food is Spiritual

This week on Everyday Spiritual we're talking about food and the fact that food is spiritual! Food is the number one way ALL take in life force energy and use it to stay alive ourselves. Check out the  meditation from this week about food to see that for yourself. :-)...

Journal Exercise: Exploring Prayer

This week on Everyday Spiritual I want to explore the idea of Prayer. I actually found scientific correlation that prayer works, and I can't wait to share that with you on Friday!! For today's journal exercise on prayer I want you to look at the things you pray about...

Journal Exercise: Forgiveness

This week I want to focus on the power of forgiveness. It can take a lot to forgive someone who you feel has wronged you in some way, but I guarantee that it will be better for YOU if you can do it. I can't wait until Friday because there is so much science behind...

Journal Exercise: 2 Steps to Peace of Mind

This exercise will give you peace of mind. Take your time with it, maybe spend a few days thinking it over. It is taken directly from A Course in Miracles, which is a wonderful book about getting right in your mind and soul about spirituality. This is lesson 34. Step...

Journal Exercise: Get in a Better Mood List

Today's journal exercise is a list that will help you get through the down times. I have my list right by my computer and I go through it whenever I am feeling down and need some help to get into a better mood. It really works, and it is worth the time it takes to...

Journal Exercise: Your Biggest Fear

For this exercise we are going to go deep into your deepest fear. Don't be afraid, try to cultivate an attitude of curiosity. First write down the fear. This should be pretty easy. If it is detailed write out the details. For instance, I am not afraid of snakes unless...

Journal Exercise: Get Rid of Limiting Beliefs

For this journal exercise I want you to split your paper in two columns. On one side I want you to list 1-3 medium term goals you have for your life. On the other side I want you to list out the reasons you feel like you can't have it or it would be hard to attain it....

Journal Exercise: Goal Setting a New Way

So today I had a journal exercise all planned with a focus this week on goal setting, and then something cool happened! Today I was going to have you write out all of your goals for your life etc... When I do this I normally break it down by time. I would do 10 year,...

Journal Exercise: List Your Accomplishments

During my hypnotherapy training my instructor gave a writing assignment that I think is so valuable everyone on the planet should do it! It is an amazing tool for life. It's very simple, but do not underestimate the power in this! Here's what you're going to do: List...

Journal Exercise – Sadness is Fear

I realized something today: Sadness is fear. When you're sad about something often times it is because we are telling ourselves fearful thoughts. Here is a journal exercise that you can to do alleviate some of that fear and feel better in just a half hour or so. Take...

Journal Exercise For Your Inner Child

This is a powerful journal exercise that will give you some healing for your inner child. It can be emotional, and it can also be very happy. It just depends on where you're at in your life when you do it and any traumas you have in your childhood. In this exercise I...

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