Creating a Psychic Journal

1223589_notebook_wih_spiral_and_red_coverWe are all naturally intuitive spiritual beings, but many of us don’t pay attention to the insights we receive.  Paying attention to your intuition can add a wonderful new and incredibly helpful dimension to your life.  One of the easiest ways to remind yourself that you are receiving insights and having spiritual and psychic experiences is to keep a psychic journal.

Grab a notebook and write down every hunch, flash of light, sense of knowing, message in a dream, feeling, and psychic insight as you get it.  Carry it with you wherever you go.  This helps affirm that you are getting messages.  Most of the time we overlook or disregard insights and experiences we have because they feel normal (which of course, they are).  Then, we think we’re not getting messages, when in fact we’ve been getting lots of messages but have disregarded them.  Keeping everything in a journal helps track the experiences you have, affirms to yourself that you’re getting them, and reinforces subconsciously that you expect to get more.

Do you have a psychic journal?

If so, do you use it?  (Ha!  Got you there, didn’t I?  I have several different places I write insights down, but I don’t do it all the time.  I’m taking my inspiration to write this post as a sign that I need to do this myself more.)

Do you prefer using a notebook or your computer to journal with?

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  • http://jaseoncards.wordpress.com/ Jase

    I’m terrible at journaling unless it’s on my blog. Sometimes I feel inspired to journal but then reality sets in. 🙂

    The fact is I love the idea of a physical journal but my handwriting has gotten worse, not to mention hand-cramping, in this digital age where I can type almost as fast as I can think. Sitting down to type up my journal, then, at odd hours doesn’t work.

    It’s a dilemma! But I am feeling some fresh motivation to journal, and I like the idea of committing to one page a day. Surely I can do that without hand or wrist pain! (Ah, the downside of the marvelous computer.)

    • http://www.melaniejaderummel.com Melanie Jade Rummel

      Hi Jase! I keep mine on my computer now because I work from home. I just jot little notes down whenever I think about it. It doesn’t have to be a full page each time, especially if that’s not something you see yourself doing consistently. When I have something I want to write down, I write a few sentences about it and that’s it. It’s fun to look back over later and recall insights I had forgotten! 

      When I worked outside of my home for most of the day, I carried a tiny notebook in my pocket, and when something cool would happen that I wanted to remember, I’d just write a couple of words in my notebook that would trigger my memory for when I was home and at my computer again.