Category Archives: Journal Yourself into Being

Excerpt From James Edgar Skye

It started with a journal. You wrote for hours all of your hopes for the future. I remember the after feeling. The weight began to lift. After four years of drifting through life seeing it, all pass you by there … Continue reading

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HEARTILY RECOMMENDED

Eighteen years ago, when I was psychology supervisor in a state prison, I led a journal writing group. The book we used was George F. Simons’ Keeping Your Personal Journal, Ballantine 1978.  I lent it to a friend without my name … Continue reading

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Serious about Journal Writing?

This blog’s page titled “Journal Yourself Into Being” contains posts about utilizing journaling to know yourself better. For readers and others who enjoy journaling, I’ve come across a Nanowrimo.org journal writing challenge: National Journal Writing Month: Write a journal entry … Continue reading

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The Witness of the Waking State

This is a drawing from my journal December 28, 1975, and reprinted in Fallout: A Survivor Talks to Incest Offenders, 2014 p 244.  It is from a mental image of my “ISH,” or Inner Self Healer (or Helper), as recognized and … Continue reading

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