Centering

Journal writing is an invaluable tool for the centering of one’s life and work.  Once I went for 19 months with only two entries. 

It is instructive that the last entry before starting this dry period was entitled “New Centering.”  I had reached a plateau and was willing quietly to rest there for a while. 

Creative assessment of real desires can help bring them about. But too much introspection can become retreating, and this fuels neurosis.

On making good decisions: “I’m feeling reassured that I will know the right decision to make if I pay attention to my nocturnal dreams, keep a positive and happy outlook, and listen to my heart (i.e., the Holy Spirit dwelling within).  Psychic inclinations help, but I must check them out and not go overboard.”

When a song goes through my head, I pause to remember the lyrics.

It is a fruitful path to the Unconscious.  Like a dream, the lyrics frequently take me a step deeper in my psyche. 

Author: Celia Hales

I intend "Miracles Each Day" to offer inspiration and insight into A Course in Miracles, A Course of Love, The Way of Mastery, Choose Only Love, Mirari, and similar readings.

2 thoughts on “Centering”

  1. Hi,I’m only new to this but this post resonated well within me. Self journaling is the essence of blogging at its core, is passage for repressed energy taking the form of words and sentences but most of all its a way to express ourselves earnestly for whoever may find it and read on. I also believe that journaling isnt complete without a dream journal, do you journal and analyse your dreams? My next posts are going to be on dream analysis as a key to our shadow & subconscious shame begging for release. I enjoy your writing style, keep it up!

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