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These are the journaling tips I used when I first started keeping a journal. Give it a try. Let me know how you get on.

“Journal writing, when it becomes a ritual for transformation, is not only life-changing but life-expanding.” — Jen Williamson

Journaling means different things to different people and many people journal for different reasons, what will work best for you will depend on your goal, so before you start journaling, consider what it is you want to get out of journaling. …

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I am going to share with you how to manifest what you want in 5 simple steps. I have been using this method for over five years with results. This method may work for you, Give it a try. Let me know how you get on.

“You gotta be before you can do, and you’ve gotta do before you can have.”

— Zig Zigler

Step 1. What do you want to manifest?

Decide what you want, ask yourself these questions:

• Do I truly desire what I want?

• Why is it important to you?

• How does what you want benefit you?

• When I think about…

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Having struggled for years, feeling lost and unhappy, stuck in dead-end jobs that did not fulfil me, or utilise my talents and passions. I felt I had no direction or purpose in life. Every day was a struggle to get out of bed, to go to work and to live. My soul was slowly dying from the inside.

I wanted to use my talents and gifts to make a difference in people’s lives and have the freedom to do the things that bring me joy and lasting fulfilment. …

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Your purpose is the full expression of yourself. When you know who you are, your core values, and identify your talents and passions your purpose will be revealed to you, and you will be driven by your desire to express your purpose by being of service to others or connecting with something meaningful outside yourself.

“You were put on this earth to achieve your greatest self, to live out your purpose, and to do it fearlessly.”

— Steve Maraboli

Three things you could do to help find your purpose:

1/ Meditation

Sit comfortably in a quiet place free of distractions…

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Passion Is a strong excitement or interest for something. It is a strong desire or feeling that you get in your stomach or heart that compels you to take action. Spending your day on the things that you enjoy and are most important to you will release your passion.

“Passion is energy. Feel the power That comes from focusing on what excites You.” — Oprah Winfrey

3 questions that could help you find your passion

1/ If you had to teach a subject, what would you choose? It’s only enjoyable to teach subjects that you like. The subject you’d like to teach is a good candidate for your passion.

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Finding your passion and purpose is impossible without doing some self-reflection. I have found that by regularly assessing yourself helps you keep track of what it is you want and who you want to be. Spend some time asking yourself self-explorative questions and listen to the answers you receive. Write your thoughts, feelings and answers in a journal.


1. If you were given the task of saving the world, how would you do it?

2. How could you best serve others and the world?

3. Imagine you’re 80 years old, what stories do you want to…

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Before we learn how to set goals, It is important to discover what you really want. For example, Julie discovered that she was chasing the wrong dream. She thought her dream was to buy a new home and renovate it. But when she actually moved in, she found she’d lost her interest. She realized that it was the renovation that had been most exciting for her and she realized interior designer which was her true goal. Reflect well on your dreams and desires to discover your true goals.

To set goals we are going to use the S.M.A.R.T goal setting…

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“Nothing glows brighter than the heart awakened to the light of love that lives within it.” — Guy Finley

Spiritual awareness is all about connecting with our inner self, divine consciousness and the world around us. Which will enable us to feel at peace and to harness our full potential, to be of service to the world, being spiritually aware creates a harmonious balance in body, soul and mind and can help you to develop healthy connections in relationships with family, community and ourselves.

The 9 tips to Increase Your Spiritual Awareness

  1. Spending some quiet time to meditate and pray is a good way to start the process…

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“When I discover who I am, I’ll be free.” — Ralph Ellison

Self-awareness is having a conscious knowing of who you truly are, including your strengths, weaknesses, desires, beliefs and core values. Becoming more self aware allows you to understand why you feel what you feel and why you behave in a particular way. Also helps you to understand how other people may perceive you, based on your responses to them. Below are four of the best ways that have helped me become more self aware.

1. Take a counselling skills course

I studied counselling and psychotherapy for two years. It has enabled me to see…

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Certified Life Coach & Spiritual Practitioner. Founder of — self-care journaling. Get my FREE digital notebook →

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