Winter Solstice Reflection Exercise

By December 17, 2018Mind & Spirit

Winter Reflection Exercise: This journaling exercise will help you tune into your self awareness and bring out the mirror on our emotions, beliefs and ever-changing state of mind to help guide us in the direction we need to go and evolve to.  It’s taking a macro view over all of the micro things in our life the past year. When we get stuck on all of the tiny details, we miss the big picture. So now is your chance to paint the big picture!

 

  1. Where were you last winter?
  • Physically where were you — how did your body feel?
  • Mentally — how was your head this time last winter?
  • Emotionally — how did you feel a year ago?
  • Your relationships — how connected were you to your loved ones last winter?
  • Your purpose and your passions — how on track were you with them last winter?

 

  1.  Where were you last Spring?

 

  • Physically where were you — how did your body feel?
  • Mentally — how was your head?
  • Emotionally — how did you feel?
  • Your relationships — how connected were you to your loved ones?
  • Your purpose and your passions — how on track were you with them?

 

  1. Where were you last Summer?

 

  • Physically where were you — how did your body feel?
  • Mentally — how was your head?
  • Emotionally — how did you feel?
  • Your relationships — how connected were you to your loved ones?
  • Your purpose and your passions — how on track were you with them?

 

  1. Where were you last Fall?

 

  • Physically where were you — how did your body feel?
  • Mentally — how was your head at this time?
  • Emotionally — how did you feel?
  • Your relationships — how connected were you to your loved ones?
  • Your purpose and your passions — how on track were you with them?

 

 

 

  1. What major events happened over the past year?

 

  • How did they affect your body?
  • Your mental state?
  • Your emotional state?
  • Your perception of life?
  1. What have you struggled with most over the past year?
  2. What have you learned from these struggles?
  3. What positive things happened over the past year?
  4. What feelings/habits/thought patterns would you like to let go of?
  5. How have your personal passions developed over the past year?
    (Your hobbies, interests, the things you love to do for no other reason than you love to do them — how have those things evolved over the past year?)
  6. How have you incorporated your passions into more of your daily life?
  7. What do you need in order to be able to do more of what you love to do? (make a list)

 

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