The Liminality Blog


 In the liminal space between what was and what will be, lies the power to step into a new chapter of growth and possibility.

8 Tips To Help You Get Past Limiting Beliefs journaling write your truth

1. Recognize the Belief:
The first step is to become aware of the limiting belief that is holding you back. Pay attention to the thoughts and self-talk that arise when you feel blocked or discouraged.

2. Challenge the Belief:
Question the validity and truth of the limiting belief. Ask yourself if there is evidence to support it or if it is based on assumptions or past experiences. Challenge the belief by looking for alternative perspectives or counterexamples that contradict it.

3. Gather...

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8 Tips To Quiet Your Internal Critic journaling write your truth

Tips for shifting your internal dialogue when your internal critic creates a block in your journaling:

  1. Recognize the internal critic:
    Start by becoming aware of the voice of your internal critic. Notice when it arises and the specific thoughts or beliefs it presents. Acknowledge that this voice is not your true self but a conditioned response.

  2. Challenge the critic's validity:
    Question the validity of the critical thoughts. Ask yourself if there is any evidence supporting these beliefs or...

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Intention Setting: Creating Your Journaling Manifesto journaling write your truth


  1. Find a quiet and comfortable space where you can focus on your journaling practice.

  2. Take a few deep breaths to center yourself and bring your attention to the present moment.

  3. Begin by revisiting your reflections on your "Why" in journaling. Review your motivations, values, and aspirations for having a journaling practice.

  4. Based on your insights, craft a personal journaling manifesto. This is a statement that captures the essence of your intention and commitment to your...

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10 Tips To Create a Fulfilling Journaling Routine journaling write your truth

A step-by-step daily journaling routine that can help you establish and cultivate a consistent practice.

  • Step 1 Set aside dedicated time:
    Choose a specific time of day that works best for you and allocate at least 15-30 minutes for your journaling practice. It could be in the morning to set intentions for the day, during a lunch break to reflect on the morning, or in the evening to unwind and process the day's events.
  • Step 2 Create a conducive environment:
    Find a quiet and...
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