Journaling is a great way to release and let go. To get things off your chest. Our minds are our own worst enemies. The same thoughts go round and round in the same old ways. If something bothers you, write about it. Get it out so you can see it from a different perspective. As we release it, we harmonize more and allow in new and more positive thoughts. What things bother you and what are your pet peeves? Who and what do
you resent? What do you feel guilty about? Let it out. Let it go.
The healing and ownership of your pressure cooker is an important process in claiming your power, building
your esteem and making your stand. As you unravel the inner clutter, your life story makes more sense. This is a great way to write your own life story or memoirs.
“In truth, to attain to interior peace, one must be willing to pass through the contrary to peace. Such is the teaching of the Sages.” — Swami Brahmanada