Let's talk about the incredible benefits of journaling and how it can transform your life.
So, grab a pen and a beautiful journal, and embark on this enriching journey of self-reflection and personal growth.
Your future self will thank you!
“It doesn’t matter if the steps you’re taking are small or large it matters if you’re having fun.”
This was the message that resonated with me as I listened to Abraham Hicks this morning.
We can push ourself to get to where we ‘think we should be’ but we will be depleted once we get there.
The whole reason why we want to be in a different place is because we think we’ll feel more happiness, joy, success, etc. once we get there. But… If we’re having fun along the way, we don’t be as pressured to get there, because here is fun too.
My dream of becoming a psychotherapist was born reading this book.
At the time, I was a teenager living in Serbia, having no clue how non-linear my path towards that dream will be. More than a decade later, at 28 I went back to school to study psychology and continued towards master’s degree at 32.
I was not concerned with how long it will take me to get my degree. I was just following the only path that made sense to me at the time. I’m so grateful for my past self for not overthinking it. Here is link to the book if you want to check it out!
Examining the past can help clarify many of our problems, but healing doesn't occur in the past. It occurs in the present. There is practically a mania these days for blaming the events of our childhood for our current despair. What the ego doesn't want us to see is that our pain doesn't come from the love we weren't given in the past, but from the love we ourselves aren't giving in the present.