This journal is designed to help you ask questions which will lead you on an honest journey inward and give your inner voice a chance to reply as you relax your gaze and color the images.
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It seems that I have finally found my way to having more successful meditations. It took what seems like forever to get to this point, but as you may have seen on the “Herding Cats” blog, the key is in relaxing your gaze. Softening your eyes’ physical focus which allows your mind to come into focus. This gives your inner voice the chance to answer your questions. But all too often we’re preoccupied with trying to quiet our conscious minds and not get attached to thoughts that we lose sight of the purpose of the meditation. And if you’re anything like me, closing your eyes to meditate often means it’s nap time.
You may know that I unwittingly found myself on a psychospiritual journey when I discovered that I was codependent. And I mean *really* codependent. My control freak self set out to fix that too…because that’s what I do. I fix things…for everybody. Only this time, I was fixing me. And so, armed with a twenty year old degree in Psychology, a passionate curiosity for psychological theory, my spiritualism, and a ton of lessons from the school of hard knocks, I went into the darkness of my mind to figure out why I was the way I was, so I could heal my mind and my heart to become who I am. It wasn’t great having to face all the things I wanted to ignore, but it didn’t take long for me to make peace with them. I came to a place where I began to really enjoy the experience of gaining the wisdom from my darkness.
This journal is designed to help you ask questions which will lead you on an honest journey inward and give your inner voice a chance to reply as you relax your gaze and color the images. I intend to make more of these, as there are many questions we can ask ourselves as we begin to heal our minds and release what weighs us down. And there are many great conversations to be had with ourselves, with much wisdom to be gained.
*Please note that I am not a therapist and this is not a substitute for professional help. I encourage you to seek out a professional if you need one. This journal is simply a tool to help facilitate a conversation with yourself.*