Writing Your Way to Freedom
Healing and freedom begins within
and journaling is a spiritual writing tool that can help release any inner pain and heal the hurt in you.
Writing your truth will cathartically clear the clutter from your mind, heart and soul.
It is vital to do this inner work
to gain new perspective and authentic goals.
Significant change takes personal commitment, persevering faith, consistency and discipline.
Add courage, boldness and
a specific intention to possess
a recipe designed to win.
Writing is therapeutic;
it’s a session on paper
between you and God.
When you allow the Holy Spirit to lead your disclosures, you’ll discover the emotional journey is not too hard.
Flow freely in your expression,
writing honestly about feelings
Don’t focus on being an editor;
remember, you’re not writing
a formal report.
Identify and confess any past traumas or present problems
holding you back.
In writing, cast your cares on The Lord Jesus, who can deliver you and put you on a customized track.
Breathe deeply to center and connect with God, Shift from your head to your heart space.
Allow whatever comes forth to rise to the surface, this is your truth
that needs to be fully embraced.
When you actively seek it, feel it and write it, you can process, heal and release anything.
You remove toxic energy from your body, improving your health- physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
You become empowered to tell your truth out loud, liberating others to do the same from a place of victory.
(Habakkuk 2:2) “Then the Lord answered me and said: ‘Write the vision and make it plain on tablets, that he may run who reads it.”
Jo Anne Meekins
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