Welcome to day 2 of the 7-day journaling series. Today, I’m asking you to consider your sacral energy: where your vitality comes from … Write on each prompt for as long as it feels comfortable, and then move on to the next one. If there are prompts that don’t feel pleasing to you, feel free to skip them; but I would recommend returning to them at a later date because it is likely that those prompts that are most unappealing are the ones that you need to interact with the most.
* Who are you friends with? How connected are you to them? What emotions are attached to these people?
* Describe your first memory of having fun. Describe the sights, sounds, and smells. Describe the feelings that you have attached to that memory.
* What emotions does the word “indulgence” invoke for you? Is this a positive or negative word? Are you aware of why you feel that way? In what ways do you indulge?
* What have you sacrificed for someone else’s happiness? What were your reasons for doing that? Describe how that made you feel at the time… How does it make you feel now? Was it worth it? Would you do it again?
* When you were growing up, did your family encourage you to have fun and “be a kid,” or were you encouraged to be serious and responsible? How does that influence your life now?
* What do you do for fun now? How do you feel when you are doing those things? Or, do you feel like your life is lacking fun?
* What excites you?
* How would dancing naked in front of a mirror (alone) make you feel? Have you ever done this? What, if anything, made this feel uncomfortable?
* Finish this sentence. I am beautiful when… (List as many things as you can think of).
* If you were to make changes in your life that would leave you feeling more beautiful, what would those changes be? How easy/difficult would those changes be? What barriers do you have that prevent you from making those changes?
I will be sharing some of my own Sacral Journaling excerpts here over the next few days. Please share some of your writing too! Also, I would love to hear of any realizations or epiphanies that come as you’re writing.