My journal is a grammar & spelling police free zone.

My journal is a grammar & spelling police free zone

My journal is a grammar & spelling police free zone.

Do not worry about your spelling, grammar, handwriting or punctuation being perfect. Your journal writing is not going to be assessed. Just let loose and let the words run free without the fear of the grammar or perfectionist police pulling you over and ruining your flow.

Hoʻoponopono Journaling Prompt & Printable

Ho’oponopono Printable

Excerpt from 365 Journal Writing Ideas: A year of daily journal writing prompts, questions & actions to fill your journal with memories, self-reflection, creativity & direction.

Journaling Prompt No.43

In your journal write a letter (you will never send) to someone you have unresolved issues with. Who you are upset with, feel anger towards or to someone who has left you feeling ‘off centre’ after something they have said or done. You can even write the letter to yourself about a regret you are holding onto. Explain how you are feeling and get it all out. If you are ready, at the end of the letter I encourage you to try and write:

I forgive you, I’m sorry, thank you, I love you‘.

If it feels difficult, know it is not for their benefit but for your own. This is from the Hawaiian practice of forgiveness know as Ho’oponopono, created to help release you from holding onto negative emotions about a situation. Therefore allowing you to move forward. 

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