Giddy-up Horsey Notebook – Composition
Decomposition Books use composition notebook binding. This Giddy-up Horsey Notebook – composition bound – features 100% post-consumer-waste recycled paper and are printed with soy ink.
SHEET PRINTING: College Ruled, Lined
PAPER TYPE: 100% Post-Consumer Waste Recycled Paper
DIMENSIONS 9.75 × 7.5 × .4 in
SHEET COUNT: 80 Sheets, 160 Pages
INK TYPE: Printed with Soy Ink
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
The value of journaling cannot be underestimated!
“Inner Journey Reflections
What is Inner Journey?
What will your inner journey uncover?
The unexamined life is not worth living is a famous dictum apparently uttered by Socrates at his trial for impiety and corrupting youth, for which he was subsequently sentenced to death, as described in Plato’s Apology. His ‘examination’ of life in this way spilled out into the lives of others, such that they began their own ‘examination’ of life, even though Socrates himself had lost his. Socrates was saying that a life without philosophy – an ‘unexamined’ life – was not worth living.
To start the journey, you must decide to take the journey. The energy of Fall as a season lends assistance to the vibe of going within. After a summer of being out in the world, the time for inner reflection approaches. It is also represented in the Medicine Wheel or the Wheel of Life as we cycle through the seasons. This is the time when we step into the quiet of our own consciousness and reflect. Reflect on the past 3 months or reflect on a specific time of your own life. Perhaps a nagging emotion or realization has arisen over the summer.
Take the time with a pen in hand – or at your computer or phone – to journal. The power of journaling is not to be underestimated. I find it valuable to actually take a pen in hand and write in a journal or an ordinary spiral-bound notebook. Write down anything and everything that comes to mind. Remember, no one else will be reading this. You may not even make any sense with what you are writing. It doesn’t matter! Let yourself doodle. Contemplate.
Make note of the feelings you are experiencing. Write them down even if they don’t make sense. Eventually, you will notice how the pieces of the puzzle start to reveal patterns and clues to help you understand yourself better and integrate all that goes on around you and within you.”
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