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Art of Journaling

Do you sometimes feel caught up in your mind about conflicting thoughts - Your deep desire? Your wishes? But what about what you love? Your expectations. Let's explore the maze via ART THERAPY.


Material -

Get Ready with your supplies- Supplies you need- pen, pencil, and colours of your own choice/Tag on /Sticky note/paper chits and a notebook.​

Instructions - 

Sit comfortably! You may choose your favourite spot or that cozy corner, away from that extra noise. You may warm up by taking a few deep breaths, this might help you feel calmer, though no compulsion.


Hit that play button once you are ready.

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Disclaimer: These voice guides are made with an intention of keeping a pace that is comfortable for everyone and all age groups, but we request you to follow your own speed. You may hit that "Pause Button", if you need that little extra time for your feeling to flow. You may resume back again , once you are ready for the next step.

About the Therapy

The commencement of a positive habit generally accompanies a novel feeling of being in the present. Something like this happens once you indulge in the practice of Journaling. It promotes balance and stability of the free-flowing thoughts that one attains through writing vividly. In simpler terms, Journaling is the practice to communicate through words and releasing unwanted feelings so that one can get rid of unwanted thoughts and focus on important things. It provides us with an opportunity to actively reflect, breathe, turn to a fresh page, 'get real' about what we are thinking and feeling - also referred to, particularly in therapeutic settings, as expressive writing. However, everyone prefers a distinct way to approach this technique.  The choice of a particular writing style can play an important role and tell a lot about one’s personality that might convey concrete information about one’s mental well-being. For starters, you may try one with us. After all, one of the more effective acts of self-love is happily one of the cheapest. So, grab a pen and a diary to join us.

For Assessment

Mindfulness is a term that might spark several interpretations. Is it an afternoon spent on a meditation couch, focusing on your breath whilst listening to some soulful music? Or a moment spent centering yourself and watching your thoughts in the midst of a crisis? Well, mindfulness encompasses all of those. But at its foundation, it is all about channeling your thoughts so that you can be at peace with them. The key, however, is to shed light on the parts which are often hidden from others and make this technique a means of acknowledgment. Along with the emotions, the focus here is to align the actual thoughts and feelings of the past and present. Feelings or experiences cannot always run on the same graph. Art of Journaling aids in identifying the potential causes of distress and markers of anxiety. The human mind tends to travel and reach various heights every moment in day-to-day life. But it is important to sit back sometimes and make sense of the past, actualize the present and who would not agree that a little planning is always helpful to start a new day.

Future Benefits

Expressive writing technique is of many kinds that can assist you in prioritizing problems, understanding things that make you anxious, your concerns, and even insecurities. Journaling can help you control your symptoms and enhance your mood. Keeping track of any reflexes and symptoms on a daily basis can help you identify triggers and learn how to better handle them. Once you have recognized your stressors, you may devise a strategy for resolving the issues and work on techniques to lower your stress levels. Creating a safe space for positive self-talk while also identifying negative thoughts and working towards short-term as well as long-term goals. Research shows that journaling about stressful events helped people deal with the events efficiently. Journaling not only helps you to tell your story effectively but also makes it impactful. 

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