Self-Help

Can Daily Journaling Cure You?

“I don’t journal to be productive. I don’t do it to find great ideas or to put down prose I can later publish. The pages aren’t intended for anyone but me. It’s the most cost-effective therapy I’ve ever found.”

– Tim Ferris

Make a habit of evaluating your progress daily for what can’t be measured can’t be improved. If you don’t have time to do the homework, you can’t complete assignments, and once left, it becomes a habit called procrastination.

You know that procrastination is a responsible habit for many of our failures in life. We keep on procrastinating things until it becomes a personal problem, and often we ignore it unless it becomes a disease.

When we do random things, we get unexpected results. Most of them are random outcomes far away from our dreams and goals.

That’s not a better approach to living a life of beauty and perfection. If we want to create a unique lifestyle, we’ve to develop an excellent habit that has the potential to transform our lives. Journal writing is one of those magical tools that can elevate your performance to the optimum level.

Most of the posts you witness on this blog are my journal entries. If I hadn’t developed a habit of writing journals, there could’ve been no blog.

I created this blog not to help someone except me. I track my progress in life through a screener, this website where I update posts daily. I don’t edit or reorganize my thoughts. I present them as it is on screen. I don’t care whether I’ve produced something worthy or not because it’s a personal thing. It has nothing to do with anyone else.

I can navigate any post at any time to understand what I was thinking that day and why.

It’s a mental exercise that I do several times a day.

With experience, I’ve found that journaling can be more effective than medication or meditation in curing the diseases that we originate in our mind-body complex.

I don’t have any scientific proof, but I’m a person who believes in personal experience more than published theory. If you can believe me, yeah, it can cure you because the infections of the mind are self-generated by distorted attitudes and beliefs. We can rectify them from our system through journaling.

The body reflects what we think in our subconscious mind, and nothing is better than journal writing to know what you think at deep subconscious levels. Once you recognize the disease’s patterns, you can heal your mind-body complex. It’s as easy as you read.

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2 Comments

  • Ava Miller

    I agree with you. I jot down my thoughts on my iPad daily. It helps me to become more focused and less distracted.

  • Ava Miller

    I agree with you. I jot down my thoughts on my iPad daily. It helps me to become more focused and less distracted.

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