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(week 5 prompt)

Good morning, Friends. As promised, here is your Week 5 journal prompt. When journaling, we can sometimes reach a point where we aren’t sure what to write next. This “gap” in our thoughts can occur just as we are about to write the thing that would be of most use to us. If we can traverse that gap with writing, we can discover the insight waiting for us on the other side of that gap.

A few simple pointers: While journaling, continue writing something even if you aren’t sure what to write next; Rewrite words, phrases, the journal prompt, or write any other words that come to mind in order to keep writing through the gap; Keep writing for a few minutes or as long as it feels comfortable and useful. That’s it!

Each week I will be journaling along with you, and I will share the prompt, as well as many of my journal responses, on cc_icon“Cathartic Clarity”: the Facebook Community I created that’s dedicated to empowering clarity through journaling. If you have any questions or insights you want to share, I would love to hear from you. Let’s get started! This week’s journal prompt is:
Week 5: “The carefree birch trees dancing in the driving storm taught me . . .”
Email me at care if you would like the weekly journal prompts conveniently emailed to you each Saturday. I look forward to hearing from you!

For anyone interested, you can read some of my journal responses by clicking here.