We all know that journaling is good for us and is a very powerful tool, and we’ve been encouraged as kids to journal every single day - why? Certified Holistic Health Coach and Mint Basil Health Expert Tamara Quaddoumi tells us how powerful journaling can be and how it can help us decode our minds.

The body is constantly communicating when we’re in Rapid Eye Movement (R.E.M.) or in day dreams, but we haven’t really been taught how to receive or to decode. Decoding information that our body is sending us is considered biological data.

Why is it powerful to journal - especially in the morning?

Writing in the morning when we are still raw creates an incredible bridge between our subconsciousness and reality. And the more we travel between those two worlds, the more we’ll become fluent in being aware and present in your real world. And by making more room, we become more present in today’s world by decluttering and decoding.

So, how do we start?

“Note To Self” is a journal designed for beginners that don’t know where to start. It helps us create this extra-ordinary ritual for ourselves, and sets us to really revolutionize our mindsets and our hearts.

Purging on the pages of a journal is a beautiful thing to document; we sometimes don’t even realize we’re having a bad day until we write about it - which gives us the power and awareness to turn it around.

Conversely, as we express gratitude, we unlock the fullness of life. We allow fear to disappear and abundance to appear. When we focus on what we already have, and we will have enough.

Note To Self: Decode The Mind

"Note To Self" is an empowering tool used to cultivate creativity and personal  transformation. Purge, communicate, turn the page with positivity, shift your focus to the better outcome that has yet to make its way to you.

Take the opportunity to change how you feel - there's no harm in trying something new! Get to know yourself with beautifully curated journal - you’ll love it!

July 12, 2022 — Mint Basil Team

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