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The Mindful Life Journal: Seven Minutes a Day for a Better, More Meaningful Life Paperback – November 24, 2017
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- "Great journal, especially if you're a beginner. It walks you through andmakes it very simple. It literally is a few minutes in the morning & a few more before bed...TOTALLY WORTH IT!!!" ~ Amazon Reviewer
- "It helps me focus on what is important in my life and what I need to let go of." ~ Amazon Reviewer
- "I have already recommended it to friends." ~ Amazon Reviewer
From the Author
- Paperback : 146 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1948337002
- Item Weight : 7.8 ounces
- Product Dimensions : 6 x 0.37 x 9 inches
- ISBN-13 : 978-1948337007
- Publisher : Better Life Journals, LLC (November 24, 2017)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #43,804 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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At first glance, I found the journal structure to be very inviting. Our modern lives are complex enough. The journal’s daily prompts elegantly cut through the complexity of everyday life with refreshing and potent simplicity.
The consistency of the prompts serve to illuminate patterns within very significant aspects of one’s life that are easily overlooked, and the prompts do so in a very non-invasive way. Answering them shines a light of awareness on where and how one’s natural energy shifts and changes throughout the day, what causes those shifts, and helps the person discover who they naturally are in the process. The prompts may appear simple, yet the words are chosen with great care, are powerful, and backed by cutting edge research in the field of mindfulness, well-being, and self-development.
In a matter of a day I noticed how much more alive I felt just because I had used this journal. That simple act of carving out a few minutes in the morning, looking ahead to the day with mindfulness, and writing about my gratitude and intentions had an immediate effect on my experience of the day. Honestly I was stunned it had such a palpable impact right off the bat. After a couple weeks I began to notice choices I was consistently making in my own life that caused my energy to drain and my mood to drop. Seeing my answers to the prompts day after day it became clear what changes I could make to better serve myself and others, and making those changes has helped me to live my everyday life more aligned with the truth of who I am. It should be noted that I have long struggled to keep a consistent journaling practice. This book is definitely supportive for someone like me who has found it hard to write each day.
I have also used this book with clients. It seems to be particularly useful for those feeling dragged by everyday life, for those not knowing what to do to make their life more meaningful, and for those seeking to better understand or discover themselves and their true nature. It has revealed attentional biases - the ways that my clients habitually turn away from themselves - and offers a concrete and contained practice that gently supports them to learn to turn towards themselves. The result is that my clients are supported to come into touch with the internal compass within them - a gift like no other. I highly recommend this book.
Not acceptable to give as a gift but if you want to develop a mindfulness or journaling practice it's a fantastic start.
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Reading the first 20 pages (information about mindfulness and instruction on how to use the journal) echoed everything the coach has said.
The journal can be completed with a minimal data set or with as much detail as you want. The aim is to commit to 7 (not necessarily consecutive) days of a few minutes in the morning and evening to identify Emotion, Intention, Energy and back to Emotion (you'll need to read the book for more info!) in a non-judgemental and caring way, if that makes sense!
Yes, pen and paper could be used if so inclined, however, while the layout of the pages in the rest of the book is repeated, each day (undated - so if you miss a date you can just pick up where you left off) includes different 'emotion' words to choose from and a new meaningful quotes.
I am excited to start exploring mindfulness more, er, fully, with the aid of this journal.
this drop in energy. In other words, you are led to look for something that may not have not had to look for which could have an adverse effect on the reflection that is taking place. Now this may not be a problem for most but I did want to draw people's attention to it. You only get one page per day.