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Saturday, March 9, 2013

Re: Making a Self-Awareness Journal

 

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On Wed, Mar 6, 2013 at 9:48 AM, Andrew Pacholyk yogiguruji@aol.com> wrote:

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> Good Morning!
>
> Making a Self-Awareness Journal
>
> 1. For two weeks, make notations whenever you have a mood swing, emotional
> upheaval or change in energy (such as hyperactivity or lethargy).
>
> 2. Note the date and time of the event.
>
> 3. Note what actions you take to bring yourself back to balance. Do you
> sit down and do yoga, stretch, meditate. Do you recite an affirmation? Do
> you binge eat, purge, have a drink or do other actions revolving around
> food?
>
> 4. If you react with food, what do you eat? Find comfort in?
>
> 5. Note what you appeared to by unaware of, just 24 hours ago.
>
> 6. The Self Awareness Journal is NOT a judgment tool. It is a way for you
> to go back to it, AFTER a week is done and look at habits you may not even
> realize you are doing in response to change.
>
> 7. After committing to two weeks of journaling, take a look at the overall
> process. Was it somehow helpful to you? In retrospect, did you gain
> valuable information from it?
>
> 8. If so, consider writing in it for another week.
>
> 9. You can use this journal to write down "positive progress" as well. Did
> you make any changes after your first two weeks?
>
> 10. Your Self Awareness Journal can just be the tool you need to take you
> to a new plateau of understanding your emotional connection to either you
> lack of awareness or current state and how you can actually take control
> and do something about it!
>
> Andrew Pacholyk MS L.Ac
> http://www.peacefulmind.com/metaphysics.htm
> Therapies for healing
> mind, body, spirit
>
>
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