Special Journal Circle Workshop
Sunday, December 27th 12-2PM MST
A special 2-hour Workshop to Journal your way into the New Year via Zoom.
We will say Goodbye to 2020 harvesting the year with journal prompts.
Create your best life by setting aside time and quiet to discover what your heart wants for your life next year. You will feel ready to enter 2021 with energy, direction, and focus.
We will set intentions for 2021 with a vision board and uncovering your word for the year.
You will receive handouts for the workshop and a word of the year bracelet (sent to you after class).
Supplies For your Vision Board:
- A few old magazines
- Glue stick/double sided tape
- A notebook size piece of card stock paper (something a bit more substantial than printer paper)
- OPTIONAL: markers, ABC stickers, stickers or other decorative items
Register through Full Circle Yoga
Week 49’s task of 50 Weeks to a Lighter More Loving You is DEAR JOHN.
A Dear John letter was a type of letter written by an individual wishing to terminate a relationship.
The relationship we are “terminating” is with this past year.
You may be reading this while you are still living 2018! That is okay. You can still do this now OR wait till New Year’s Day.
You will find this helpful to start 2019 with a sense of closure, peace, and renewed focused.
Take some time this week (or on New Year’s Day) in your HaMakom, with your journal, to answer the following questions.
Saying Good Bye and Honoring the Past Year
Answer the following to help let go of the past year. Write what comes to mind first. Try not to over think or spend more than a couple minutes on each question.
- List Events from this past year:
- What lessons did you learn in the past year?
- What are you most proud of yourself for from this past year?
- What are you most grateful for from the past year?
- What are you glad you are leaving behind?
- What 3 words describe last year?
- What would you title last year if it was a book or movie?
FINALLY, write a short and sweet Good Bye note to this past year.
There are several things I do on New Year’s Day to start the year. This is one of them.
Whether 2018 has been a trying year or a good year, there is something powerful about reviewing it and letting it go.
Feel free to share the title of your year in the comments.
Cheering You on to a Whole Honored and Farewelled 2018 Heart,