Journaling Through by Angela Caughlin
Unleashing the Power of the Authentic Self

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We have approximately 60,000 thoughts a day, many of which are repetitious. When we think a thought, we make a molecule. We have a thinking body. Thoughts are not only contained in our minds, butthey are also carried throughout our cellular being by the chemicals they create. As our sensory system responds to certain memories over and over, we reinterpret ourselves according to those memories.As we journal we unearth and examine old beliefs and memories, allowing the fullness of the Seven Benefits of Journaling—health, awareness, connection, focus, creativity, authenticity, and vision—to gain expression. As weexplore the questions associated with each benefit, we clear memory space, allowing our minds to create new thoughts, new neuro-peptides to be released throughout our bodies. History no longer repeats itself in our lives.Now in Journaling Through, Angela Caughlin brings these powerful forces for personal change together in one fascinating, helpful workbook. She combines tried-and-true journaling techniques with the wealth of recentinformation to help us understand the magnificent connections between the brain, the body, and our stories. Through these, individuals can envision, create and reach the personal and professional goals that are most suited towho they really are.Journaling Through gives readers practical methods to solve their problems and create the life of their dreams.

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Angela H. Caughlin, LCSW is a life coach, psychotherapist, author and speaker. Angela's expertise is in guiding individuals and organizations to manage loss and change. She frequently leads workshops incorporating the principles and benefits of journaling, intention setting and conceptual thinking as powerful tools for navigating change in one's personal or business life. For more information about her work, see her website
Published November 28, 2011 by Bright Sky Press. 160 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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