A Letter To My Readers
Dear new and soon to be readers,
First to my new readers who already picked up the book, I just wanted to say thank you! Over the last few days and months, as I’ve started to talk more and more about “The Inner Work: Journey In Process”, I’ve received many messages about how my posts and videos on social media have touched you.
Some of you have been in contact with me and while you may not realize it, I can see how the wheels are turning inside your mind. While it's beautiful to see how after hearing you go through your struggles, you are at a point where you’ve decided that enough is enough, and you are ready to take the next step forward in your healing journey.
What I want you to know is that just thinking about healing is not enough. It's also a time to act. I’ve constantly said that journaling has been a great way to help you become more aware of what is going on inside of you. If we just keep recycling our thoughts over and over again in our mind, where will there be room for new thoughts and ideas to enter. Releasing your thoughts on paper, can allow you to look at what you’ve been dealing with from a different perspective. So when you are going through the book, and you come a across a question or journal prompt, I encourage you to write.
Now, to my soon to be reader. Maybe you’ve come across my 1 of my posts and you haven’t yet decided to take the big leap in working on yourself. Maybe you have questions, but instead of exploring those questions, you decided to just scroll on by, on to another distraction.
Please STOP scrolling and pay attention to the following instructions.
1. Take out a pen and paper
2. Write down this question: Why are you afraid to work on yourself ?
3. Close whatever device you’re on
4. Set a timer on for 5 minutes
5. Turn your phone around
6. Be still
7. Answer the question
Do not worry about the flow of your answer, grammar or spelling. Simply write what comes to mind until the timer goes off. When you’re done, put it away until tomorrow. When you look at it again, what do you see?
I hope that this has somehow helped you, if so, I’d love to hear from you and watch you grow.