We spend a significant percentage of nearly every day asleep. Write about what sleeping is like for you. Many of us have habits and rituals that surround sleeping. How do you prepare for sleep? How do you emerge into wakefulness? What are you aware of while sleeping? Have others told you about things you do while asleep that you are not aware of? How do you manage … [Read more...] about Sleep Habits
Write about the fires in your life. The ones that make light and heat. The ones that give your body energy to move and thoughts to think. What shines? What glows? What has a blinding light? What burns in a fiery personality? What makes the spark in a fiery exchange? Unless everything is dark and stone-cold frozen, there has to be a fire somewhere. Notice the fires … [Read more...] about Where’s the Fire?
Before you write anything, spend 20 minutes or more making something. Then write about what you did. You can make anything--arts and crafts, piles of laundry, order in your room. Feel free to spend more than 20 minutes working on what you make. When you are finished with whatever you make, write about the experience--what you did, what you thought, and whatever else … [Read more...] about Make Something!
Look around you and make a list of the things you see. Write each item on a separate line on the left-hand side of the page, skipping a line between each one. Next to each item on the list, write a sentence that describes what that thing is doing. Even when your first thought is that the thing is sitting there doing nothing. You might have to twist your perspective a bit … [Read more...] about Time for Action!
Draw a line down the middle of a blank page to divide it in half. Sketch a picture of yourself on each side of the page. The left image will represent you in present time, in the season you are in right now. The right image will represent you in the season that is six months away. Add clothing, accessories, and details that show how your life and routines are … [Read more...] about Opposite Seasons