In my May 2 meditation, I mentioned a new daily journaling routine that begins after my morning centering prayer sit.
I thought I would further share.
Here are some things I jotted down in one of my sessions.
-There is nothing at work I cannot handle.
-I can figure out all tasks.
-I am current in all emails.
-My inbox is small and manageable.
-My daily tasks are under control.
-I am writing my next book.
-I am exercising and keeping my weight down.
-I spend time with family and friends.
-I continue to learn more about Jesus by reading and listening to Richard Rohr and N T Wright.
-I will find another amazing scholar like N. T. Wright.
-There is nothing I cannot accomplish.
-I attract amazing and exciting opportunities.
There is nothing off the table as I journal.
This is my time to move my thoughts and feelings from head to the screen.
I can jot down whatever I want!
Give journaling a try.
Let me know how it goes.
You might find the Monk Manual helpful as part of this process.
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