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On-Line Journaling
 
Introducing On-Line Journaling,
a proven
tool for creating, maintaining and repairing mental and emotional health without dependency on anything or anyone, except yourself.

Simple instructions and examples.

 

BUT FIRST, THE WINNERS OF THE AIRLINE TICKETS ARE...

"The Censors. Hold your applause please...Censors, hi. Here's are tickets for your trip to the Antarctic. Why? Because of a most special mission. Why one-way? Because by the time you complete the mission, transportation as we know it, like jet airplanes, will be dinosaurs and we don't know what will be available to you then. Good, luck."

WISELINES
There are two simple wiselines (guidelines) for journaling:

1, Don't censor what comes to you to write, and

2. Take care of your journal so that it always feels safe for you and always private--for your eyes only (this could mean that because of your situation you would have to delete or otherwise dispose of what you write immediately after you're done). The bottom line is that you know that when you are writing it is for you .

A note about privacy on this page. So that you have no question about it, you should know that when you type in the journal space below, it never gets to us because you're not sending it of course and because nothing on this page is set up to come to us anyway. We don't have things on our site to follow you around or otherwise track you. If you want to type on your monitor using our format, it's private. We're here to support you only.

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SO, WHAT IS JOURNALING REALLY?

Journaling is a personal and intimate conversation between you and your best friend, yourself.


BUT I DON'T KNOW HOW TO WRITE.
It's very easy. Just put your fingers to the keys and start pressing them. That's all.

It's so freeing. You don't have to be relaxed. You don't have to be open. You can come in any mood. Your words don't have to be spelled properly or make any sense. They can be gibberish totally. You can write your dreams, your judgments, your fun, your hogwash. There is just no such thing as wrong or bad anything in journaling. The following might surprise you: Journaling is not about writing. Journaling is about being in the moment. Journaling is not about form or words or what's right. it is about exploring and letting yourself be free. That's why judging or censoring makes no sense in journaling. Whatever comes through your fingers is perfect. You may notice that to the extent you have set up your journal as a safe, for your-eyes-only, experience, you will trust the process more. Words cannot express just how useful this tool is. And it is unique for everyone So, play with it. Experiment. Get down. Be outrageous. Go over the speed limit. Go under the speed limit. Enjoy.

If you write something in the space provided below, today, when you are done you may highlight it and delete it or print it out for your hard copy journal or copy and paste into your word processor (maybe you're starting a computer journal which is lots of fun).

I COULD USE SOME ASSISTANCE
Should you have any questions about journaling or would like to receive creative ideas from us that will assist your journaling or if you feel you have journal writer's block, don't hesitate to Email us. We value your interest and will write back.

Bookmark this page and come to it when you feel like writing a few feelings!


 
  HERE'S AN EXAMPLE OF A JOURNAL ENTRY.
WHEN YOU ARE READY TO BEGIN YOUR ENTRY, DELETE IT OR JUST WRITE OVER IT.
 
 

 

How do you make journaling work best for you? Any tips, tricks, experiences? Thank you for sharing.


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