Journal Circle You’re invited to a special 6 week Journal Circle via live Zoom for Focus, Creativity, and Connection!
This is being offered through Full Circle Yoga Studio in Longmont, CO. Since it is via Zoom, you can join in from anywhere.
Sessions are available at two times: Sunday Evenings at 7PM MT (9PM EST) 0r Monday Mornings at 7:30AM MT (9:30AM EST)
All the info is below and how to register. It is only $40 for 6 one hour sessions. If you have questions, contact Barbara at BBanks@wholeheartlife.com
Journal Circle via Zoom ________________________________________ Sunday evenings at 7PM Mountain Time Dates: September 20, 27 October 4, 11, 18, 25 OR Monday Mornings at 7:30AM Mountain Time Dates: September 21, 28 October 5, 12, 19, 26 ________________________________________ Connect. Share. Focus. Create! • Are your weeks blurring into one another? • Do you find it hard to focus? • Do you feel like goals and dreams have been put on hold? • Would you like to tap into your creative spirit which can make this less social and anxiety ridden time more joy-filled? • Are you missing connection and community? Come join Life Coach and Yoga Teacher, Barbara Banks, for this 6 week Journal Circle. Journal Circle will meet one time a week for an hour via live zoom. We will journal, use specific journaling tools to gain weekly and daily focus, engage in activities to enhance our creative spirit, and create a safe community for sharing and connecting. ________________________________________ Pre-Registration is highly encouraged as, one, you’ll save money, and, two, you will need handouts before the first Circle. Registration: $40 https://www.full-circle-yoga.com/upcoming-events ________________________________________ What you’ll need and not need: • A notebook size 3 ring binder OR a Disc letter size notebook. (I will send info on Disc notebooks upon registering. Disc systems can be found at Staples and online via Amazon. Contact Barbara if you’d like to know why she prefers Disc systems for journals.) • You will receive two types of journal pages via email that you will need to print, punch, and store in a binder/notebook. • Notebook paper for journaling (3 hole punched or Disc punched paper). • Optional: Treat yourself to colored pencils or pens (gel or non-blead through) as creativity on your Daily Pages will be encouraged. • No journaling or art experience necessary. • Ability to be seen and heard via zoom.
Does it mean anything goes with how you think and behave?
Does it mean sharing all your feelings, thoughts, problems with others?
We have minds that can be quite imaginative and assumptive. How does one know what is real?
Do you know YOUR truth so you can BE it?
Explore what this mean to you, and discover more of YOUR truth by journaling and contemplating these questions:
What do these statements mean to you; are they the same? (Feel free to get out a dictionary/thesaurus and read definitions and related words.)
Be Your Truth.
How do you know when you are being REAL/AUTHENTIC/YOUR TRUTH? What are you doing? How are you feeling?
What keeps you from being REAL/AUTHENTIC/YOUR TRUTH?
What activities have helped you discover more about who you are, your realness, your truth, your authenticity?
Are there any areas of your life or roles that you have where you find it hard to be your real/authentic/truthful self? What makes it hard?
Have you ever discovered YOUR TRUTH changed? If so, where and what happened to make that change?
What do you think you could do in the next couple weeks to BE more REAL/AUTHENTIC/YOUR TRUTH?
Feel free to share some thoughts from one of the questions in the comments.
Cheering You On to a Whole REAL Heart,
This year’s Blog Series:
This year I’ll be posting 25 “BE” journaling and BEing exercises.
You’ll be challenged to
try activities that bring you into the present,
contemplate and think differently,
increase understanding of who you are,
and try different ways of BEING.
Obviously, a journal is strongly encouraged. When doing the journaling, don’t be too quick to go with your first response. Keep writing about the questions given. Set a timer for 1-2 minutes for each question. The longer you write and contemplate on the questions asked, the more you will gain from the exercise. Think of it as going deeper into your self, into your heart, into your wisdom.
There are no right or wrong answers. Your journaling may wonder off the questions, that is okay. You may get humorous or way too serious. Write about the feelings that come up as you answer the questions. Just write.