When we reflect on what has past, it isn’t always easy to remember things clearly. As a matter of fact, our mind can play tricks on us and we often forget the positive things, including our progress and victories. In most instances, people have a tendency to remember the negative far more than the positive.
This is why I teach my students to not only keep a journal that documents their transformational progress, but to specifically record their victories. As we keep moving forward, we are then able to look back and see how far we’ve come by where it’s clearly written in our journal.
If you can find just 10 – 15 minutes per day to journal, you’ll be amazed at the clarity you experience in your outer world. And if you make it a practice to record your victories, your shadow aspects won’t be able to trick you into thinking you aren’t making any progress.
To create a habit of journaling, try setting an alarm for it at a time you feel will work for you. If once a day seems too much, pick a time frame that works for you and then stick with it. You can always build up to doing this practice more frequently as it becomes a habit. And you’ll have another entry of success for your victory journal!
This small but powerful practice has helped many of my students greatly, and I know it can help anyone who implements it into their lives.
💜 ~ Dale
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