Journal Prompts

Which part of you feels too small for your dream?

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These are the journal prompts I got in this week’s Journaling + Alchemy kit (from Dream Book):

What part of you feels too small for your dream?

What does this part of you need?

AHHHHH yes these are the questions I need right now.

In a practical sense, “my dream” is the dream I shared of getting a camper van or RV and traveling with Bear but that would mean a bunch of things sorted out in my life to make this happen including money.

(Dream Book members see the call: Having A Stable Relationship With Money While The World Is Unstable

And, right now, my dreams include BEING IN the transformative healing vortex that is getting a divorce.

So… it’s all of this that I am thinking about as I ask this question. Which parts feel ready? Which parts don't? Why don't they?

We almost always have parts of us that feel too small for our dreams.

This is because our dreams are here to GROW us. Like an elm seed isn’t meant to stay an elm seed forever, it’s meant to become a seedling and then a tree.

But of course growth feels scary for so many reasons. So parts of us will resist growth even when we know for sure it’s leading to what we want!

For most people, all of this is unconscious.

For people who are deeply engaging with their dreams, it’s more conscious.

And it’s hard to engage with this fear because… fear is scary!

But. Sitting with it is SO GOOD because there ARE ways to take care of the parts of you that feel too small for your dream, and doing that will open up new possibilities for what you can do.

AND, more often than not, if you really sit with this part of you you'll find that they DO want what you want, they're just afraid of some part of it. And once you have all parts of you on board, it's so much easier to move forward.

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Journal Prompts for when you’re so stuck you can’t do anything but you also can’t just give up

(Since my year-long project on exploring my resistance has me getting more organized as a way of supporting my creative flow, I am going through things I have written. I wrote this one a few years ago and then never shared it!)

Journal Prompts for when you're so stuck you just can't do your dream but you also can't just give it up

I went to see a friend I hadn't seen in a long time.

In the time I hadn't seen her, she sold her business, retired, moved, and dealt with several family illnesses and deaths.

She was telling me about her new creative dream - to write a book. It's a very specific book, and as she was telling me about it I realised.... she had told me about this before. Before all these big changes, before the pandemic.

She kind of winced. "Yeah, I have been wanting to do this a long time. I mean... I did write one chapter."

But the way she said "I did write one chapter" discounted what she was saying. Like, because she didn't make the progress she wanted to make, the progress she DID make is not valid.

We were quiet for a minute and then she said "It's just so hard"

I've heard that so many times from so many people and each and every one of them felt ALONE in it.

Like everyone else is happily writing and creating and getting things done and they are just all alone in finding this all kind of hard.

But it's hard for everyone.

It's hard for everyone and that hard is magnified by feelings of shame and failure and being all alone in it.

This is why I do my work in an ongoing community -  so you can see that others are on the path with you and help normalize that it's just hard. (Join us here, it's amazing!)

When you accept that it's just hard then you don't have to get all emotionally tangled up about it being hard.

You don't have to be STUCK in the hard.

You can just face the hard parts and move through them. You take your power back. (I know it's not quite that simple, but I have a lot of tools to help you do this in Dream Book. It's absolutely do-able, with some time and work.)

It's hard because it's vulnerable.

Listening to your dreams is some of the most vulnerable work you can do. It touches on your deepest inner stuff because it pushes you to be more authentic in how you're showing up in your life.

That's vulnerable because of the reasons WHY you're not already being more authentic, creative, powerful and brave in how you're showing up in your life.

This is all very deep down hard wired and mostly lives in the shadows where you can't see it.

Working with your dreams makes it more visible because your dreams push up against this and asks you to bring healing and new possibilities to these places inside you.

So: Journal Prompts for when you're so stuck you just can't do your dream but you also can't just give it up:

Where are things really hard for you right now with your dream?

How does this feel? Where is this feeling in your body?

Stay with this. DO NOT move ahead to the next prompts, don’t try to get to the solution. Stay with the feelings until you feel you have fully described them. For bonus points: can you actually FEEL the feelings? Notice where they are in your body and focus on those sensations.

What are the other thoughts, feelings and questions that come up when you sit with how hard things are with your dream?

How can you validate all of these ways that you react to it being hard?

I can tell you: your thoughts, feelings and reactions ARE VALID. This is hard stuff! You’re doing great! But how can you validate this for yourself?

How can you think of yourself as a success for staying with this?

If you’re feeling like you’ve failed because this feels stuck, can you instead see yourself as being IN PROCESS? Instead of seeing yourself as stuck, can you see yourself as being incredibly brave because you’re still showing up?

Can you remember that creative dreaming is about answering your soul’s calling which includes a lot of inner healing and growth, and that your dreams often push you to face all the hardest things you have to face, all of the things you would much rather avoid, and so: it’s not that you are struggling with this, it’s that this is inherently experiment difficult work and no one moves through it in a linear way?

No one moves through it as quickly as they would like to. No one “feels successful” while they are in the middle of it. AND YET YOU ARE SUCCESSFUL BECAUSE YOU’RE STILL HERE.

How can you offer love to the places in you that are hurting with all of this?

How can you offer love to the places in you where you feel stuck and small?

Really sit with this. Be with the sensations in your body, ask yourself what you need and give yourself some time to find an answer that feels right for you.

Can you trust that your inner genius is guiding you?

And that this means: if you have some really hard stuff going on and you feel stuck, that maybe being with this stuck is the right thing for you do right now? Can you see this as a part of your path?

Somewhere inside you, you do know how to work with this obstacle. What would help you get in touch with this part of you?

HINT: It’s RELALY hard to do this work when you are avoiding anything that you’re feeling. So you may need to repeat this process a few times before you start to get in touch with the answers… but I promise they are inside you.

Want more help with this?

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If you're not in Dream Book, check out my free courses, which include a healing circle for working through the hard stuff.

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I make space for miracles

(Dream Book members: get your next journaling kit, with alchemy meditations here)

This week’s journaling + alchemy kit gave me this: I make space for miracles.

I actually made mugs, notebooks + zipper pouches with this on them, and I use this mug every day.

This is my mantra.

And yet, it was really hard for me to feel this one, this week.

The start of last week felt like a slog with no miracles in sight. I felt like I didn’t want to MAKE SPACE for miracles, I didn’t want to be the one doing that work, I wanted the miracles to find me.

Which is valid!

AND it’s not usually how miracles work.

By the end of the week I realised two things:

  1. The way I am planning my weeks and setting goals isn’t working for me. AND I have an idea for what would work!!! It’s like, I noticed exactly what is missing for me (which is a tiny miracle!). So I am going to try that for this week and this feels so exciting to me.
  2. I’m not actually MAKING SPACE for what I want. I have this specific dream I am working on, but I have no container for supporting it.

I am still figuring out what that second one means.

But this is something that comes up from time to time in Dream Book - how are you making space for your dream in your life? There are a LOT of ways to do this and what I am feeling right now is that HAVING A CONTAINER for it feels important.

The work of MAKING SPACE is so varied.

Sometimes we are literally too busy for our dream to fit in our lives. Sometimes we have to give other things up in order to have it. Sometimes we just need to notice the ways it’s growing, like a houseplant that is growing, but crowded by other plants, maybe you just need to move it a little.

When I say I need a container for my dream to grow in - I have no idea what this means. Is it a literal container? Like a file box to keep things in? Is it a practice, a way of showing up for it every day and noticing?

It feels like a journaling process. That’s all I know.

So I am making a page for it in Dream Book - the page is a proxy for the container for supporting the growth of my dream. And I’ll just sit with it regularly and see what comes next.

This is a big part of creative dreaming. Being willing to sit with things that you can’t see or understand yet.

This is how we make space to operate from a new level of consciousness.

Which is what making space for miracles is all about.

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Can you take a smaller step?

This is where I keep stumbling:

I am forgetting the magic of little steps.

I know this is kind of funny given how often I write about it. And how I am ALWAYS coaching others to look for smaller steps. And then smaller still.

But here I am, discounting my own little steps.

I think this is a part of the nature of being creative: we see the big picture. I can see how I want it to be and so each little step really is unsatisfying… if I stay focused on the bigger picture.

So here are so tiny steps I took:

  • I got my paints out from the bottom of my closet and put them in front of my bookshelf, to I could start working on that mural in my workspace.
  • I pulled that bookshelf out to make some room to get back there and paint.
  • I brought a chair upstairs to stand on to paint.

With these three things done, each as separate steps at separate times, at one point I just… started painting!!!!

It’s easy to see “paint one little bit” as a little step, but it took three other steps to get there. And it would have take more steps if all of my paint stuff for this project hadn’t already been together in one box in my closet.

What I want to work on is having an attitude that CELEBRATES and HONOURS the tiniest little steps.

I don’t want to wait until I see new paint on the wall to acknowledge that I am DOING IT.

AND

I wrote this a week ago.

In the week since, I have done VERY LITTLE on the mural. For various and very valid reasons.

But that doesn't discount the success of those steps I took last week.

And it doesn’t change the fact that I am still set up to take more little steps.

This attitude of CELEBRATING and HONOURING the tiniest little steps that I want to have is a part of CHERISHING THE PROCESS.

Our whole culture tells us that the outcome is the only thing that matters. And that a story, like the one I shared above, is only inspirational if it ends up that I completed the mural in record time.

The truth about creativity and human nature and life under colonialist capitalism is that it doesn’t usually work that way, and having a goal of wanting it to work that way for you gets in the way of ACTUAL PROGRESS.

So what’s the tiniest step you can see to take?

And can you make it even smaller?

And then can you celebrate yourself for taking it, even when it doesn’t get you all of the way to where you want to be? Can you celebrate the direction you’re going in instead of focusing on the speed?

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Which parts are you avoiding?

I’m still thinking about how I show up here and how I want to show up here.

I love how I show up on classes and calls, but the ways I share my work outside of those circles often feels fraught.

Working with dreams is intensely vulnerable. Most dreams never even get named because most people find it too vulnerable to even get close. This is one of the ways dominant culture fails us, by not holding space for vulnerability.

This is why I’ve always shared my thoughts, stories and feelings online the way I do.

This is why I share my stumblings as much as my successes. I probably share them more because I want all of us to see them as no big deal.

Failure IS a tool for building your dreams. If you can’t use it, you can’t build anything.

And personally we all get upset when we fail - for good reason.

But then culturally we’ve created this space where it’s not at all safe to fail. Which ricochets back to our own personal relationships with failure, heightening all of the already difficult feelings.

So I share my little stories as a way of chipping away at that. This feels important to me but it’s not always comfortable!!!

I’m living proof that you can be vulnerable and survive.

Not that I am saying you need to be vulnerable in public like I do!

But you do need to be able to tell yourself the truth about what you want, and what’s in the way, and all of the feelings that get sparked in all of that.

And I know it can feel safer to avoid all of that… but thoughts and feeling that we avoid don’t actually go away.

So - what parts are you avoiding today?

And what teeny tiny little baby step can you take with that?

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I’m powerful and have what I need to make my dreams real

(Dream Book members: get your next journaling kit, with alchemy meditations here)

This is the mantra I got in this week’s Dream Book journaling kit and I am NOT feeling it.

I woke up groggy, foggy, heavy and sad. Having a TOTAL MONDAY.

I went back to sleep and my poor cat Bear had to wake me at 7:17 when his breakfast was 17 minutes late.

I fed him and kind of moped around. VERY VERY SLOWLY got dressed, thought about my day, and thought… I think I should just call in sick today. Get into sweatpants. Watch Netflix.

It was a real battle this morning to get anywhere near feeling powerful enough to get close to my dreams.

This is just how it is some days.

I didn’t battle it by forcing myself to do anything I didn’t want to, or pretending to feel differently than I felt.

I sat in my bed and cried. I didn’t understand why today felt so hard, I just offered myself some comfort and feeling your feelings is comforting.

Then I meditated.

And I thought about what I had planned for the day: A sunrise walk to the coffee shop - I had missed sunrise at this point but I could still walk in the sunshine. I had a list of things I wanted to do there, plus coffee! And a treat! And then a 30 minute walk back home, and the way doing 60 minutes of walking in the morning makes the rest of the day feel better.

Then I took out the garbage. Like a trial run. And outside felt GOOD. So I came back in, bundled up, and went to the coffee shop where I am writing this.

I am powerful and have what I need to make my dreams real.

I am at my MOST powerful when I’m accepting myself where I am.

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I Give Myself What I Need To Grow

This year I am re-starting the Dream Book weekly journaling + alchemy kits.

(Dream Book members: check out the weekly kits here. If you're not a member: find out more + join us here or check out the Printable Planning + Journaling Kit which is similar)

I meant to start last week, at the start of the year. So I cut this out last week. I pasted it into my journal, but then I didn't come back to it because I have been using a different journal, lol!

So here I am, once again, meaning to start this week.

This is just where I am! No judgement.

And it doesn't matter how many weeks it takes me to actually get into this!

The magic is in showing up and taking whatever little steps you see to take. The magic is in showing up again and again and again until it sticks.

There have been times when I've been in a good, nourishing routine using these kits every week. And I can get back into that routine.

And I HAVE been thinking about the mantra: I give myself what I need to grow.

I've been feeling into it.

The kits come with meditations + instructions for using them. The meditation for the mantras is for EXPLORING the mantra, how it feels for you, and all the different ways you react to it, to see what it can show you.

The point is NOT to force yourself to believe it, the way a lot of new age affirmations are used.

So I've been EXPLORING this. Noticing where I am, and am not, giving myself what I need to grow.

And that's been really cool!

I am seeing all sorts of ways to nurture my goals. This year I have some business goals I am focusing on, but also LOADS of creative goals that are not work related and self care/adventure goals.

Of course I am also exploring resistance as a year-long project and the big thing I have learned so far that I being organized/ready to do a thing makes me SO MUCH more likely to do the thing, when I have time for it.

Like - I've been wanting to work on the mural in my workspace for a while. I'd be so much more likely to actually do it in little moments if the paints + tools were already out + set up. (They are currently in a box in the bottom of my closet, with other things in the way, so it feels annoying to even get started)

Also - the mood is more likely to strike if I am ALREADY prepared. That's my big learning/remembering from week 1 of the year-long project of exploring my resistance.

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Tomorrow: January New Moon Call

I am so looking forward to this!

We start the call with a short meditation, and then some journaling prompts for reflecting on the last month. Looking for lessons to be learned, re-frames to make, things we want to celebrate, things we want to let go of. Then we look at what we WANT now and what we NEED now and set intentions for the coming month.

Then we take those intentions back into the meditation and do an alchemy process for becoming that version of ourselves who has done the thing, and look back at ourselves as we are today, and offer next-level advice to ourselves.

And then we have THE BEST conversations as we share our intentions, our celebrations, our struggles, the things we're learning on the path - all of it.

My goal is that at the end of the call you have a good sense of what you want to focus on for the next month, and what kinds of practices will help you be able to do that - how to best set yourself up for success.

If you can't make it live you can leave your thoughts + questions in the (private!) comments section.

I’m starting with a blank slate.

I did my New Moon journaling in my December planner, and then I got rid of that planner for the new year, lol!

I mean, I can find it still in my piles and piles of old journals and planners, but it’s not where I am right now and I’ve decided to just start fresh.

Which is great and all but…

Every month we talk about the magic of reflecting back on last month’s intention because THIS IS HOW YOU HOLD THE THREADS.

If you’re always focused on setting new intentions, and never look back at how you’re holding the intentions you’ve already set… it’s just really hard to move forward with any consistency.

SETTING the intention is absolutely the easiest part.

HOLDING the intention is harder.

Looking back and being honest with yourself about how you’re doing this work - hardest.

So that’s why we do it TOGETHER. Even the people who use the replays share the it’s just easier to do this hard part with the video.

So I’m going against my own rules this month. And that’s ok too!

This last fall was one of the hardest seasons of my life and I’m really proud of how I’ve handled everything. I wrote on my journal this morning: I love the ways I’m moving on. Centering self care, creativity and healing.

AND ALSO it feels like a good time to just throw away everything I was working with and see where I’m at now.

I’m looking forward to seeing what happens on the call tomorrow. No matter where I’m at, this monthly gathering is always magic.

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Day 31: Goodbye 2023 Hello 2024 31 days of meditation + journaling

Goodbye 2023 Hello 2024 31 Days of Meditation + Journaling

Listen to me lead you through the meditation on Instagram or Facebook (I am sharing the videos there every day). Get the printable guided journal with all the prompts here.

Dream Book members get the Goodbye 2023 Releasing Ceremony and the Hello 2024 Dream Blessing Ceremony. If you're not a member: find out more + join us here. If you are member: get the call details here.

60 second meditation:

Hands on heart, take a deep breath and send yourself love. Hold here and then exhale slowly, imagine sinking deeper into your heart.

Keep your breathing nice and deep and slow, stay steady in your heart.

Thinking about HOW you’re going to approach your goals and dreams can still up fears and doubts. This is totally natural. Give yourself space to have your feelings without letting them take over and sabotage your dreams and goals.

Today’s prompt:

Your ideas for how to do this:

Brainstorm and explore your ideas!

You never have to already know how to do a thing before you do it.

Almost no one knows how to do the thing before they do it! I've been working with people and their dreams for a long time, I've helped a lot of people accomplish a lot of things - NONE OF THEM started out already knowing HOW. You learn by doing. You can take little steps and learn as you go. And grow as you go!

And of course if you want support for taking those steps - join the Dream Book community!

We’ll do monthly coaching and intention setting calls all year to help you figure out your next steps and show up for your dreams consistently all year long. With tons of practices and forms of support for being able to make that happen.

You deserve your dreams.

Your dreams are your soul calling you towards your truth. This is what you are here to do. Your dreams show you how to be your authentic self. As opposed to being whoever and whatever the world tells you to be.

And if we are ever going to change the world, and it's becoming more and more urgent that we do, we have to start by BEING who we really ARE. And our dreams are here to help us to that.

So I would love to do this work with you in the new year, in Dream Book.

 

Come dream with us

 

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Day 30: Goodbye 2023 Hello 2024 31 days of meditation + journaling

Goodbye 2023 Hello 2024 31 Days of Meditation + Journaling

Listen to me lead you through the meditation on Instagram or Facebook (I am sharing the videos there every day). Get the printable guided journal with all the prompts here.

Dream Book members get the Goodbye 2023 Releasing Ceremony and the Hello 2024 Dream Blessing Ceremony. If you're not a member: find out more + join us here. If you are member: get the call details here.

60 second meditation:

Hands on heart, take a deep breath and send yourself love. Hold here and then exhale slowly, imagine sinking deeper into your heart.

Keep your breathing nice and deep and slow, stay steady in your heart.

Thinking about HOW you’re going to approach your goals and dreams can still up fears and doubts. Give yourself space to have your feelings without letting them take over and sabotage your dreams and goals.

Today’s prompt:

Do you already know how to do what you want to do, or is this something you need to learn more about?

Get the printable version of the journal with all of the prompts right here.

Come dream with us

 

Dream Book members:

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Go the Library of Creative Dream Alchemy to find a practice that fits for where you are or use the Dream Lab if you're not sure where to start.

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Day 29: Goodbye 2023 Hello 2024 31 days of meditation + journaling

Goodbye 2023 Hello 2024 31 Days of Meditation + Journaling

Listen to me lead you through the meditation on Instagram or Facebook (I am sharing the videos there every day). Get the printable guided journal with all the prompts here.

Dream Book members get the Goodbye 2023 Releasing Ceremony and the Hello 2024 Dream Blessing Ceremony. If you're not a member: find out more + join us here. If you are member: get the call details here.

60 second meditation:

Eyes closed, take a deep breath and exhale slowly.

Keep your breathing nice and deep and slow and once again imagine yourself one year from now at the end of 2024. This is the version of you who has already done all the things you want to do this year.

Try to connect with this part of you to answer today’s prompt:

Does you at the end of 2024 have any advice or messages for you?

Get the printable version of the journal with all of the prompts right here.

Come dream with us

 

Dream Book members:

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Day 28: Goodbye 2023 Hello 2024 31 days of meditation + journaling

Goodbye 2023 Hello 2024 31 Days of Meditation + Journaling

Listen to me lead you through the meditation on Instagram or Facebook (I am sharing the videos there every day). Get the printable guided journal with all the prompts here.

Dream Book members get the Goodbye 2023 Releasing Ceremony and the Hello 2024 Dream Blessing Ceremony. If you're not a member: find out more + join us here. If you are member: get the call details here.

60 second meditation:

Eyes closed, take a deep breath and exhale slowly.

Keep your breathing nice and deep and slow and imagine yourself one year from now at the end of 2024. This is the version of you who has already done all the things you want to do this year.

Today’s prompt:

How is you at the end of 2024 different from who you are today? What new strengths + gifts will you have at the end of 2024?

Get the printable version of the journal with all of the prompts right here.

Come dream with us

 

Dream Book members:

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Day 27: Goodbye 2023 Hello 2024 31 days of meditation + journaling

Goodbye 2023 Hello 2024 31 Days of Meditation + Journaling

Listen to me lead you through the meditation on Instagram or Facebook (I am sharing the videos there every day). Get the printable guided journal with all the prompts here.

Dream Book members get the Goodbye 2023 Releasing Ceremony and the Hello 2024 Dream Blessing Ceremony. If you're not a member: find out more + join us here. If you are member: get the call details here.

60 second meditation:

Eyes closed, take a deep breath and exhale slowly.

Keep your breathing nice and deep and slow and imagine yourself one year from now at the end of 2024. This is the version of you who has already done all the things you want to do this year.

Take some time to connect with this version of you.

Today’s prompt:

Describe yourself at the end of 2024. Get specific here! We’re going to get to know this version of you over the next few days.

Get the printable version of the journal with all of the prompts right here.

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Dream Book members:

Come to the forum to share your thoughts or start a conversation about whatever you're working with.

Get your next Dream Book lesson.

Go the Library of Creative Dream Alchemy to find a practice that fits for where you are or use the Dream Lab if you're not sure where to start.

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Day 26: Goodbye 2023 Hello 2024 31 days of meditation + journaling

Goodbye 2023 Hello 2024 31 Days of Meditation + Journaling

Listen to me lead you through the meditation on Instagram or Facebook (I am sharing the videos there every day). Get the printable guided journal with all the prompts here.

Dream Book members get the Goodbye 2023 Releasing Ceremony and the Hello 2024 Dream Blessing Ceremony. If you're not a member: find out more + join us here. If you are member: get the call details here.

60 second meditation:

Same meditation as yesterday. Take a deep breath and bring all of your attention inside your body.

Exhale slowly and picture yourself having exactly the 2024 that you want to have. Imagining all of the dreams coming true. 

Keep your breathing  deep and slow, and bring these feelings deep into your body. 

All the feelings of how it will feel to have everything you want in the new year, hold these feelings in your body.

Today’s prompt:

What do you want to stop doing in 2024? How will not having these things in your life make you happier?

Get the printable version of the journal with all of the prompts right here.

Come dream with us

 

Dream Book members:

Come to the forum to share your thoughts or start a conversation about whatever you're working with.

Get your next Dream Book lesson.

Go the Library of Creative Dream Alchemy to find a practice that fits for where you are or use the Dream Lab if you're not sure where to start.

Check out the calendar of upcoming calls. Make a plan to join us live or catch a replay.

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Day 25: Goodbye 2023 Hello 2024 31 days of meditation + journaling

Goodbye 2023 Hello 2024 31 Days of Meditation + Journaling

Listen to me lead you through the meditation on Instagram or Facebook (I am sharing the videos there every day). Get the printable guided journal with all the prompts here.

Dream Book members get the Goodbye 2023 Releasing Ceremony and the Hello 2024 Dream Blessing Ceremony. If you're not a member: find out more + join us here. If you are member: get the call details here.

60 second meditation:

Take a deep breath and bring all of your attention inside your body.

Exhale slowly and picture yourself having exactly the 2024 that you want to have. Imagining all of the dreams coming true. 

Keep your breathing deep and slow, and bring these feelings deep into your body. 

All the feelings of how it will feel to have everything you want in the new year, hold these feelings in your body.

Today’s prompt:

Why do you want all of this in 2024? How will your life change when you have all of this?

Get the printable version of the journal with all of the prompts right here.

Come dream with us

 

Dream Book members:

Come to the forum to share your thoughts or start a conversation about whatever you're working with.

Get your next Dream Book lesson.

Go the Library of Creative Dream Alchemy to find a practice that fits for where you are or use the Dream Lab if you're not sure where to start.

Check out the calendar of upcoming calls. Make a plan to join us live or catch a replay.

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