Sat, Feb 19|
Journal with Me 2022
Journal with Me - Guided Group Journaling
When you’re ready to stop stumbling through the year reacting to the whims of Covid-19 (and life in general) and want to live intentionally.
Time & Location
Feb 19, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM GMT+1
Journal with Me 2022
About the event
Rather than causing emotional upheaval, Covid-19 and its ensuing global lockdowns have brought it to the surface. Ironically, the problem is not the stress, anxiety, depression and overwhelm we've been experiencing for a long time now. It's that we've been ignoring, denying, repressing and distracting ourselves without.
It's time for a new normal where we've overcome our fear of self-encounter and started taking responsibility for the quality of our livestyles. And truth be told, most of us won’t muster up the energy to start or sustain a journaling practice on our own.
Journal with Me is a monthly guided-journaling group. Its focus is to create a safe space, externally AND internally, where we can be honest with ourselves.
With the help of 4 journaling prompts, we explore one emotion from various perspectives. Rather than intellectualizing them, we learn to follow the emotions in the body. Once acknowledged, anger, blame, fear and guilt, for example, can be validated, dismantled and then released.
Why Group Journaling?
Imagine the high energy level of a group of like-minded people getting real with the bullshit they've been telling themselves. Even listening to others talk about their process (not the contents of their journal) is cathartic. Add connecting with inner wisdome to guide decision making and we've got a tool we can use for the rest of our lives.
"Writing for self-reflection is your pathway to clarifying your life goals, creating meaning in your life and discovering what’s important."
When: February 19, 2022
Time: 3:00 pm - 4:00pm (Amsterdam time)
Where: Online (Zoom link will be sent in confirmation email)
What People Say About Online Journaling Classes
“It’s not just writing words on paper; we sat with our thoughts and felt the impact in our bodies.”
– M. Mattingly (USA)
“A different approach to journaling. We explored our issues from three different angles.”
– J. Parfitt, (UK)
Journal with Me
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