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From the back cover:
Journaling as a method of spiritual discipline is an overlooked avenue toward spiritual growth. This book provides an accessible, much-needed introduction to this neglected art.
A journal is not the same as a simple diary. In Journaling: A Spirit Journey, Anne Broyles identifies the difference between a diary, a systematic listing of events; and a journal, a record of one's reaction to those events and to life in general. The author goes on to invite readers to begin keeping a journal to chronicle th espiritual odyssey they are making, offering six alternative methods of journaling. Readers are encouraged to experiment with the methods and ultimately to choose that which they find most appropriate.
The methods of journaling presented in Journaling: A Spirit Journey are journaling from the events of daily life, journaling in response to scripture, journaling with guided meditation, journaling from dreams, journaling in response to daily reading, and journaling real and imagined conversations and dialogues. Each of these methods will provide journalers with pause for reflection or thought. Journalers will gain techniques and ideas for future endeavors in their journaling.