The mind often needs a starting point to trigger responses.
What do you believe... about yourself? About life? Your beliefs, many of which are unconscious, greatly affect how your life unfolds. Get the facts on your thinking.
"We are what we believe we are." - Benjamin N. Cardozo
Facts are a product of the linear, logical left brain. Unfortunately, some of the 'facts' in our belief systems are not accurate. They need to be changed if we are to break free of self-sabotaging patterns. Sentence stubs can help us become aware of our unconscious belief systems.
You can work with sentence stubs in two ways:
Here are some sentence stubs for you to finish. Try both approaches noted above to experience the difference.
"There are no limitations to the self except those you believe in." - Seth
Note: Quotations, songs, affirmations, poems, Holy book verses, sayings, oracles, tarot cards, angel cards, etc. also offer potent starting points to spark your own ideas and journaling.
Statements and questions bring different results in journaling.
Statements are a product of the rational left brain and are usually perceived as complete in themselves. Questions, on the other hand, stimulate the right brain and get us searching for answers. They tend to draw out more creativity and intuition.
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