Tag: Journalling

Tarot

Beginner’s Guide to the Tarot – Major Arcana

For many, the Tarot is an esoteric and mystical tool. This is because Tarot readings have been associated with fortune telling and sometimes even seance. Though there is no harm in using the Tarot for these purposes, it is better to approach Tarot as a tool that helps with mental health. This is because the Tarot and its cards are very well-thought-out symbolisms and representations of the human psyche....
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7 Lessons from A Course in Miracles for Anxiety

I will forever be grateful to stumble upon A Course in Miracles as it literally changed my way of thinking. It has helped me manage my anxiety. We all find ourselves in that moment where one second, we think regular thoughts and in the next, we’re in a never-ending flow of thoughts that don’t feel good. And yet, somehow, we keep on doing it. Even more, there are problems...
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How to start a gratitude journal for anxiety

Journals (e.g. gratitude journal) have grown in popularity due to the increased demand for self-care techniques and tools. Our society has become so immersed in stress and anxiety that mental health has taken the spotlight in unprecedented ways. Though journalling has been more widely known as a productivity tool (e.g. bullet journalling) we must not forget the true value that it offers those who commit to it. This goes...
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Change your life forever with this single step.

Vision costs nothing. This passage from A Course in Miracles can change your life forever. It is merely a decision you need to make in order to change your perspective. However, for most people there is no one “ah-hah” moment and that this decision has to be made at every single moment of life. If I had to identify an anchor lesson that helped the most in my spiritual...
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How to know what you really want in life?

Having a vision is the fundamental step to creating your dream life because without one, you find yourself just wandering aimlessly through life. This ultimately leads to an unfulfilling life where retirement becomes your only hope for some reprieve. If you don’t feel energized in the morning or if you feel exhausted from your daily routine, it may very well be because you have not yet aligned yourself with...