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Mari's #JournalingPower Blog

Journaling Heals the Issues in Our Tissues

Posted by Mari L. McCarthy on Thu, Jul 12, 2018 @ 07:30 AM

Writing is a transformative act.  The simple ritual of putting pen to paper and expressing your true thoughts and emotions in a journal has the power to change your life.  It can reduce your stress and anxiety — and improve physical, psychological and spiritual health.

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Topics: therapeutic journaling, journaling for therapy

Your ‘Wealth User’s Guide’

Posted by Prema Lee Gurreri on Tue, Jul 10, 2018 @ 07:30 AM


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Topics: life purpose

8 Tips On How To Overcome Writer's Block Forever

Posted by Nicole Cowart on Thu, Jul 05, 2018 @ 07:30 AM

You are sitting at the computer, and staring for hours at a blank page feeling literally unable to type anything valuable. If you have ever found yourself in a similar state, then you’ve got a writer’s block.

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Topics: writer's block

Searching Your Journal for Clues about Your Personal Hero’s Journey

Posted by Professor M. C. Gore on Tue, Jul 03, 2018 @ 07:30 AM

CreateWriteNow is pleased to host Professor M. C. Gore and her charming story of struggles and triumph 'All is Assuredly Well', as part of her WOW-WomenOnWriting Blog Tour.

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Topics: journaling for therapy, Therapeutic Writing

How I Benefited from Journaling

Posted by Maisie Potter on Thu, Jun 28, 2018 @ 07:30 AM

Before I started this journey, I imagined journaling as scribbling down notes about your high-school sweetheart, something in the form of ‘Dear diary’. It sounds familiar, doesn’t it?

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Topics: write to heal, Journaling for Mindfulness, Using Journaling to Reduce Stress, journaling for problem solving

A Complete Guide to Writing a Thought Journal to Help Battle Depression

Posted by Grace Carter on Tue, Jun 26, 2018 @ 07:30 AM

A Complete Guide to Writing a Thought Journal to Help Battle Depression

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Topics: journaling for depression, mental illness

Conscious Living through Attitude Transformation

Posted by Melinda Carver on Wed, Jun 20, 2018 @ 07:30 AM

Are you experiencing a plateau in your life with your negative attitude, bad moods and lower energy levels?  Have you been unconsciously sabotaging yourself in relationships by ripping them apart or torpedoing your career?  Do your dreams seem more vivid or scarier lately?  Have people close to you begun to ghost you?

This negative plateau is unhealthy for you to remain on – it affects you body, mind and soul.  This negative energy not only affects you, it changes the people around you and the way they react to you and your actions.

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Topics: journaling for health, Journaling for Goal Setting

You’ll Be Shocked at How Therapeutic Journaling Can Heal You

Posted by Mari L. McCarthy on Sat, Jun 16, 2018 @ 07:30 AM

This article written by Mari L. McCarthy was first published in 'NLP Discoveries with Mike Bundrant' on the Psyche Central website.

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Topics: therapeutic journaling, journaling for therapy

How Journaling Made Me a Writer

Posted by Elizabeth Garber on Tue, Jun 12, 2018 @ 07:30 AM

Sharing your experiences with others is both an opportunity for your own self-reflection and a chance to give back. By sharing how you have used journaling to cope with difficult life experiences, overcome obstacles and thrive, you can inspire others and help them heal.

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Topics: journaling for writers, personal journaling journey

Keeping a Soul Print Journal

Posted by Joan Leof on Tue, Jun 05, 2018 @ 07:30 AM

I’ve been keeping a journal for over 50 years. Suddenly, in 1997, I found myself writing “SP” over an entry. That was code for “Soul Print.” Already quite familiar with magical things happening when I journaled, this new practice was not questioned. Affirmations had poured forth, some even in rhyme. Names appeared for different aspects of myself to write to. Promises to keep declared themselves. I do verbal portraits of my life experiences and store them in my Soul Print journal.

“Verbal portrait” does not mean that the words were dressed in their finery. They came out in the journal as I lived them – raw. Not photoshopped. And in that natural form, owning the experience just as it emerged, every so often, an entry managed to touch my soul.

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Topics: journaling for self-discovery, personal journaling journey

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