Sumary of Journaling reduces stress, helps you process emotions and can be used to understand trauma, say experts and those who write every day:
- Neelam Daswani is a health coach who practises Cameron’s “morning pages” ritual.
- , a health coach and a long-term resident of Hong Kong, has been practising “the morning pages” ritual for more than a year now.
- It has made me more self-aware and allowed me to become my own coach,” says 46-year-old Daswani, who changed her unhealthy eating habits as a result.
- This awareness of the cause allowed me to break the pattern and make healthier choices,” she says.
- Photo: Getty Images , a Hong Kong-based writer and shamanic healer, has been journaling for the past 13 years and says that it has transformed him.
- But the good news is that you don’t have to be a writer to write a journal,” says Pong, who is in his 40s.
- Johannes Pong, a Hong Kong-based writer and shamanic healer, has been journaling for the past 13 years.
- My journal became my best friend, therapist and spiritual adviser,” says the COO of Mindish, a community-based holistic mental health company in Hong Kong.