We talked about how to journal to find yourself in my previous post. Now, in this post, I will share with you deep questions for self-discovery to help you find out who you really are.
I personally created and hand-picked these journal prompts because I believe that we don’t usually ask ourselves these questions.
It’s important to note that journaling is not just writing your thoughts. It’s also asking the right questions, and learning and understanding ourselves.
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Why Journaling is Best for Self-discovery
In an article from Grit and Grace Life, Jennifer Schoonover explained why journaling is the best tool for self-discovery.
She wrote that journaling works for self-discovery because it creates self-awareness.
The author expressed that journaling helps her not only to process what’s happening in her life but how it affected her. That way, she was able to work through those events with her counselor more effectively.
She also added that journaling is a “simple, inexpensive way to improve your health and well-being.”
4 Deep Questions for Self-discovery
Knowing that journaling can really help you achieve self-discovery, here are journal prompts to help you dig deeper into your thoughts:
- If my life was a movie, what would be the title and why?
- What was my childhood dream to be? Have I given up on my childhood dream? Why?
- What is most people’s first impression of me? Is it true? Why or why not?
- What happens when I feel uncomfortable? How do I keep growing?
Here’s a guided journal with me video to help you get started! Watch the video now or save it for later!
These journal prompts are part of our new Exploration Digital Guided Journal which we just released! Check it out here.
The Exploration Guided Journal is a collection of 365 journal prompts to discover your true self. A perfect tool if you want to find yourself, go back to basics and reconnect with yourself, or figure out what you want out of life!
How do you embark on a journey of self-discovery?
I truly believe that journaling is a tool that will help you start your self-discovery journey. Writing down your thoughts is a way to reconnect with yourself as it opens up new insights. I hope this post helped you see that opportunity or even just to get started with journaling!
How do you embark on a journey of self-discovery? What deep questions for self-discovery do you think are interesting? Let me know in the comments below!
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Jocelyn is a coffee lover who believes that a bad day with coffee is better than a good day without it. You can find her obsessing over stationery, hanging out with her cat, or singing her favorite Taylor Swift songs.