When was the last time you felt whole and complete in your life? What was going on and who else, if anyone, was involved? Describe all of this in your journal.
When was the last time you felt rushed in something? What was it and how did you handle it? Describe this experience in your journal along with anything you learned from it.
When was the last time you needed to make a major decision? How long did it take you to weigh out all of the options? Did you feel like the process was challenging for you? Why or why not? How confidence were you in the decision you made? Describe this experience and what you learned from it in your journal.
Do you know what it means to hold space for someone? Define this in your journal. What does it look like? What does it feel like? Now that you have defined it, is this something that you are able to do for yourself on a regular basis? Why or why not? Explain in your journal.
In your journal, reflect upon your ability to embrace your life whole heartedly. Is this something you are able to do right now? Why or why not?
Remember, there are no wrong answers here since this is your journal. This is intended only for you to understand yourself better and to gauge where you are at right now.
Have you ever felt trapped by fate in your life? Why or why not? If so, what was going on in your life at the time and how did you manage the situation? Record your thoughts and feelings on this in your journal.
When was the last time you felt unsupported? What was it you needed? What did you do to get this need met when you realized it wasn’t available through someone else? Did you go to someone else or did you meet the need on your own? What did you learn from this experience? Record your thoughts and feelings on all this in your journal.
When was the last time you faced a fear you had? What was it that you were afraid of? How did you address it? Did it turn out to be what you were afraid of? Describe this experience in your journal, along with what you learned from it.
It’s easy to get caught up on what you don’t have. In your journal today, focus on the things that you do have right now that help you move forward, even if it’s in the smallest of steps. What are these things and how do they help you?
Which activity sparks your joy the most right now? What about it makes you feel this way? How often do you get to engage in it? Do you feel this is often enough, or would you like to do it more? If it isn’t often enough, how do you think you can fit it into your schedule more often? Record your thoughts on all this in your journal.