Intuition Cues for Advanced Journaling
Friday June 11, 2021
Here are some advanced journaling cues that I am experimenting with. So far these have been really helpful.
I have a script that pulls a random one of these into my journal while I’m journaling.
Please note that some of these reference concepts with which you may not be familiar, e.g. permission (a Human Design concept), archetypes, the opposite self, or “summoning someone” which is really just an imagination exercise. That’s part of the reason why I’m labeling this as advanced; also, not everybody is ready to incorporate this type/depth of subjective intuition into their journaling process yet.
- What do you feel permission to do right now?
- What would your horoscope say about a day that’s gone like this day has?
- What would the first fictional archetype that comes to mind do right now?
- Where does your mind’s eye take you and what do you see & do there?
- What words does this moment bring to mind?
- Why does the universe need or want you to feel this way right now?
- What would your opposite self be doing at this moment?
- Describe a vehicle metaphor for your current energy levels. Dump truck, jet, etc. in depth.
- What whispered words can you hear on the metaphorical wind at this moment?
- A future-you comes by to comfort you in this moment. What do they say?
- End-of-day you comes by and says the day turned out to be incredible, because you…
- What fictional schedule would be both realistic and interesting right now?
- Who appears when you summon someone to help you with your day?
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