A healthy physical process means intake of food and water from our environment, process it for nutrients, and then expel the wastes.
It might be surprising to all that journaling can be a powerful tool for self-healing. Writing a journal can help you identify the root cause of many issues as well as facilitate tools and strength that one needs to overcome several challenges of life.
Journaling helps us identify what’s truly going on with us, so we can get past all the baggage that we have been carrying around and experience our true, authentic, healthy self — the true self that we came into this world with.
Each of us is suffering from emotional pain, however if you want to enhance the healing power, which is within us, we just need to explore it and consider something as simple as picking up a pen.
A healthy physical process means intake of food and water from our environment, process it for nutrients, and then expel the wastes. Similarly, a healthy emotional process means we take in our life experiences, process them for nutrients, and find what we need to grow and survive and then expel the garbage. However many of us simply hold onto our emotions, storing them in our bodies and become emotionally constipated, unable to let go of that which is not helping us in any way. Eventually, when our system or our body gets too tired, we get sick. We will not be able to function or perform as we should. We become lethargic, unresponsive and depressed. It is very necessary to keep the flow of our experiences that help us stay emotionally healthy. Regular writing is one of the ways of accomplishing this.
Free Flow Writing — Just flow with yourself:
This pattern of journaling is the most classic. Whenever there is a feeling of confusion or being stuck, start writing whatever comes from within till the time you feel it’s over. Free writing is a way of writing everything that comes to the mind. Your pen never leaves the page so you end up writing the whole situation. Free flow writing can help you reveal a lot about a situation that’s confusing you.
Use of Free Writing:
How to Start:
Love Response Technique:
The writer is an alternative medicine practitioner