My only resolution as this New Year (2015) unfolds in all its excitement, tradition and cheer is to engage more deeply with people and with the earth, so I’m writing this post with a rather cryptic title in the hope of engaging with you on a deeper level.
Journal writing is one tool that can take you and by extension your team into a deeper level in Dialogue Practice. Journal Writing burnishes Dialogue Practice.
The paradox of journal writing is that while the act of writing takes you deeper inside yourself, at the same time it takes you out of yourself. Much like a rubber band, except journal writing as a practice will help plant your feet firmly on the ground. Journal writing as a practice will help create a marvelous connection between members of your team and help to ensure dynamic success of the Dialogue process you’ve undertaken.
“He’ll take you up, he’ll bring you down, He’ll plant your feet back on the ground.” Moody Blues
Below are 15 posts that look at journal writing from different angles. Whether you’re a beginner or an expert at journaling I’m confidant you’ll find some extraordinary inspiration in these posts. And I’d love to hear any thoughts you have, please comment below..[listly id=”XKw” layout=”full” per_page=”25″]
I like to end my posts with a current hashtag #journaling tweet… here is one announcing a journaling and the arts meetup in Pasadena. Have great week everyone…
— PigPigmentation (@PigPigmentation) December 21, 2014
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