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Tue, May 17


Guided Group Journaling

Journaling Guilt

Even if you're a seasoned journaler, I'll bet you've never journaled like this before!

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Journaling Guilt

Time & Location

May 17, 2022, 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM GMT+2

Guided Group Journaling


About the event

"We have become afraid of our inner feelings...because they hold such a massive amount of negativity that we fear we would be overwhelmed by it if we were to take a deeper look." David R. Hawkins, MD, PhD, Letting Go: The Pathway of Surrender 

What is Journaling Guilt?

This 90-minute group journaling event is a tool you use consciously and at will in order to deal with guilt constructively. Guilt accompanies every negative emotion, which is why you need an effective tool like guided group journaling.

How does it work?

Participants will be given 4-5 minutes to respond in writing to a journaling prompt designed to experience the feeling of guilt in the body.  Subsequent prompts are specially designed for you to consider guilt from a different angle. Only then can you make sense of, and eventually release its toxic energy. Though you will never be expected to share the contents of your journal, you are encouraged to share your journaling process. It is this discussion that is most cathartic!

What is the benefit of this journaling this way?

One of the main benefits of group journaling is the release of toxic energy that accompanies the acknowledgement and validation of guilt. You are with like-minded people who are not there to diagnose, judge, criticize or even fix you. They are there to support, encourage and share the collective wisdom that arises from the process. Expect to finish the event feeling refreshed and energized.

Events Details

When: May17, 2022

Time: 7:30 pm - 9:00pm (Amsterdam time)

Cost: €45

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)





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