So, we’ve been 10 days on this particular visual journalling journey. On any journey it’s good every so often to take a day to look at where you’ve been, and where you find yourself today. How has it been for you? Take a few minutes today to write some reflections on the past 10 days. Jot down anything you don’t want to forget.
But before you do, why not lay down one or two layers of color? It’s easy to do with watercolor paints or pencils. Let the colors blend into each other to make a pretty background.
This is how I do the majority of my journalling: colorful backgrounds with lots of writing. I still have many days of more artistic endeavors, but writing has always been my primary journalling technique. Above is a page where I’ve listed the titles of my dreams and the dates I dreamed them. Do you record your dreams? If not, start to pay attention to them, as we’ll be working/playing with them in a few days. (No anxieties, though: if you don’t remember dreams, there will be something else to do!)
So today, take stock. What have you enjoyed? What have you just not gotten done? Why not? Any new questions on soul life that have been sparked within you? (If so, please share!)
This is day 10 of a series of daily prompts for written, visual, or art journalling, or just for pondering. For more background information, see the Intro page https://catcharissage.com/2014/10/29/announcing-sixty-days-of-visual-journalling-prompts/, or this post on visual journalling: https://catcharissage.com/2014/07/12/talking-about-journals/.