Mari's Journaling Power Blog
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.