21 Days of Journaling for Joy

In “The Book of Joy” the Dalai Lama & Desmond Tutu discuss the meaning of Joy. They teach that joy differs from happiness. Happiness is a feeling, it’s fleeting, and it’s unreasonable to expect ourselves to be happy all the time. That’s not what the human experience is about. Joy, is a state of being, something that exists within us, whatever is happening in the world around us. With a desire for joy comes a desire for connection, for meaning, for growth and for acceptance.

21 Days of Journaling for Joy
21 Days of Journaling for Joy

The premise for this course comes from my own experience with journaling. My practice was erratic and often filled with the words of my inner critic. Neither helped me bring lasting positive change into my life.

But the desire to journal never went away and through my studies in psychology and yoga philosophy, as well as my personal experience in overcoming trauma, I have learned a number of techniques that I want to share with you.

Why 21 days? They say it takes 21 days to create a new habit. And to really feel the benefit of any new habit a daily practice is required. This is where we most often fall down.

Using WhatsApp, you will receive daily prompts to guide and inspire your journaling. I will share supportive and thought provoking material and be there to support you as you delve inwards, and reflect on what has stopped you from experiencing joy in your life.

Courses are run from the second Monday of each month. To sign up click here.


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