Your thoughts matter. The way you think about yourself and others has an impact on the way you feel. Just because you have a loud negative voice inside your mind (we all have one of those), doesn’t mean that it’s the voice you should be listening to.
Journal writing is an incredible way to gently question your thoughts, before deciding what you do want to think and believe about yourself. As you journal, you’ll be diving into the power of affirmations, giving yourself the chance to become even more loving and
supportive towards yourself.
What will we cover?
This journal writing class will take the thinking out of how to journal while inspiring you with the power of affirmations. You’ll learn a transformational step-by-step self-reflective framework, a practical tool for looking after your wellbeing.
You’ll be guided to get down what’s on your mind, gain clarity and end feeling grounded and clear.
This journal process is designed to help:
- Reduce stress, build resilience & self confidence
- Inspire productivity & creativity
- Nurture self-compassion & lift your mood
- Facilitate personal growth
- Gain clarity & communicate effectively
- Make changes and move forward
What will you need?
All you’ll need is:
- Pen and paper. With each step, you’ll be guided to practice. Whatever you write is personal and you won’t be asked to share it.
- A peaceful and relaxing environment with a freshly made cuppa
- Closed Captions
- Discounted Early Bird Tickets
- Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
- Auslan Interpreters Upon Request
Who will be teaching?
Ingrid (she/her) is a Journal Writing Facilitator and Life Coach. She has always found writing to be cathartic, but didn’t always know how to get the best out of a journal writing session. It wasn’t until Ingrid started using a step-by-step approach to her journalling that she noticed so many aspects of her life start to change for the better.
Ingrid has taught this process to individuals, groups and organisations. She believes in the power of journal writing as one of the most cost effective forms of therapeutic self-reflection – an incredible tool that creates space to keep learning from life and following your heart.
Everyone is welcome to journal with Ingrid, from absolute beginners to people who already keep a journal.
Photo by negin bahramii on Unsplash
Other questions or accessibility requests? Just shoot an email to Maddy (she/her) at email@example.com.