Journal into Animal Wisdom


Title: Spiral Bound
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What is journaling and why is it so useful?

Journaling is the act of writing down your thoughts, feelings and experiences in a dedicated notebook or journal. There are many potential benefits to journaling, for example :-

- Increased Self-awareness - as you write about your thoughts and feelings, you should gain a greater understanding of yourself, your passions and what motivates or inspires you

- Expanded Consciousness - the more you journal, the deeper insights you will gain, not only into yourself but also your environment, the world and the multi layered and multidimensional world we live in

- Improved memory - by writing about your observations and experiences, you might find that you are better able to recall information, insights and details

- Stress relief - journaling has been found to reduce symptoms of anxiety, stress and even depression. The act of writing can be a calming and relaxing activity, helping you to unwind and de-stress at any time

Overall, journaling is a therapeutic and introspective practice that allows you to reflect on your life, clarify your thoughts & emotions, and possibly even set intentions for how you would like life to be. It can be a powerful tool for personal development, spiritual growth and wellbeing. Whether you're looking to improve your mental or emotional health, have better relationships, set goals, or simply take some time out, journaling can be a very insightful and rewarding practice.

This particular journal concentrates on how deeper connections with the animals in our world can bring you joy, strength, guidance and comfort.

How to get the best from this journal

As we set about designing a journal for you, we are always looking for ways to help and inspire you to get the most from each journaling session. On the pages of this journal you will find a place to write the date and a box to say what animal(s) you connected with that day. This doesn’t have to be the animal pictured on the page, it can be any animal you encounter or choose to connect with through any means (e.g. in meditation, a picture in a book or card deck, through drawing or painting etc). 

Additionally, you will notice that in the sidebar there are sections where you can note:-

 - a significant direction - perhaps the direction the animal came from or where they headed as they departed
- any relevant number(s) - perhaps you saw more than one of this particular animal, or you might have noted the number of spots on a ladybird for example

You’ll also notice there’s a set of 4 symbols. A sun, cloud, leaf, and wavy lines. These might represent the four elements of fire, air, earth and water respectively, or you might interpret them as the weather for the day (sun, cloud, wind, rain), or perhaps the leaf represents a woodland setting and the wavy lines a river.

Each of these things can add to the meaning of the experience and the more you can become aware of these ‘additional’ factors when you link with an animal, the deeper your insights will be.

Once again, these are just here as prompts to allow you to get creative with your journaling and deepen your inquiry as to the meaning of the animal you are connecting with. 

Some Final Tips

As with any journaling there should be no rules. It is simply a way of capturing and recording those things that feel important or relevant to you. Not only is this a great way of tracking your ‘progress’ through life but it can be a source of thoughts and ideas to contemplate, reflect upon, or get creative with.  All of which can bring great insights that can assist and guide you.

There’s many ways in which you can use this journal. Below are just a few ideas, but if you’re drawn to use it in an entirely different way, then do that! 

- If you encounter a certain animal every day, for example a dog, cat or horse, you might make this journal all about your connections and experiences with that particular animal

- You might like to set an intention in the morning to connect with a specific animal that day and then see what thoughts come to you throughout the day and then write them down later

- If you are someone who meditates every day then you could meditate with the animal pictured at the top of a page and find out what wisdom they would like to share with you

- You could also simply ask the Animal Kingdom “what animal ally is with me to assist me today”. This can be especially helpful if you’re having any sort of ‘tough time’

- If you have a particular goal in mind you might like to ask (or tune in to) which power animal(s) might best assist you with that. For example, would calling on the strength and courage of a lion or the speed and agility of a falcon be more helpful for your project.

These are just some of our ideas, you might be drawn to use a mix of these throughout your journaling journey, or none of them. This is your journal. Your journey. Your connections. So use it your way. Any way you choose will be perfect! 


Publisher - Mystic Mouse Publishing

Author(s) - Sharon Lynn | Lorenzo Guescini

Spiral Bound

Published Date - May 09 2023

ISBN - 9781910815342

Dimensions - 24.6 x 18.9 x 0.5 cm

Page Count - 98

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