Listen to Beth Terrence share some ways journaling can facilitate a sense of connection. Beth Terrence is a Shaman, Holistic Health & Wellness Practitioner, Speaker and Writer. She has been working in the field of holistic healing and transformation for over eighteen years. Her mission is to support others in living a heart-centered, balanced and joyful life by discovering their healer within.
Beth’s writes regularly on her blog, The Heart of Awakening, which offers holistic and transformational resources including her annual program, “May Is For Metta: 31 Days Of Loving-kindness Practice” for virtual meditation. Beth is also a facilitator and program developer for Heal My Voice, an international organization that helps to empower women through writing and sharing their stories. She is currently developing a pilot program that brings writing and journaling into addictions treatment and recovery.
In this episode, we learn from Beth about personalizing your journal notebook to support a theme or intention, and some additional tips for using journal-writing to foster a sense of (re)connection of our parts to wholeness and balance. (JournalTalk, Episode #31, May 12, 2014)
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Book Review: Albert Diaz Cruz gives a brief book review for another classic journaling guidebook, Rita D. Jacobs’ The Way In: Journal Writing for Self-Discovery Click here, or on the book cover photo to purchase, and Amazon.com will donate to JournalTalk a commission. Thank you!
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