- and the research says a keyboard is not a substitute for pen to paper.
The unexamined life is not worth living ~~ Socrates
The palest ink is better than the best memory ~~ Chinese proverb
This is Blog Post #289
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One of the best ways to step out of the whirlwind of your daily life is to develop the habit of journaling about your experience.
Every single time you pick up your journal you put a process in motion that supports you building a more meaningful life and and practice. Writing in your journal automatically transports you to a new perspective, outside the whirlwind of ordinary events. You pause and reflect.
The notes in your journal come from a new level of consciousness rather than the day-to-day rat brain of survival. Problems and dilemmas can be seen much more clearly and new action steps stand out like neon lights.
No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it ~~ Einstein
It all happens so fast it is easy to miss the power of process. Let's slow things down and take a closer look.
Here are the steps to journal self-reflection: