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5 Journal Prompts to Access Your Intuition

If you spend a lot of time in your head, it can be tough to drop into your own inner wisdom. That’s why I love journaling; it soothes my brain while also allowing me to get in touch with what’s going on beneath the surface.

But you don’t have to wing it every time you sit down to journal. Especially if the juices just aren’t flowing.

We’ve sourced our community for their favorite journal prompts to access their intuition, and we’re excited to share them with you! Check them out below and let us know via email which ones are your favorites.

How is my heart/mind/body right now? How would I like my heart/mind/body be?

For yin yoga teacher & soul talk coach Roe Johnson, these simple questions offer her the space to check-in with her intentions behind the actions of that day/moment. It is a clear indicator if she is moving from a place of habit or rush, versus from her center. When she asks “How would I like to be,” she is brought deeper within herself, where she is intuitively guided toward the desires she truly would like to move towards.

Is this intuition or fear?

Oftentimes, we can get clouded on this distinction says spiritual educator, Adrenna Nicole. When we can practice discernment and determine what information we are picking up, we receive clarity. From this place, we can continue developing a trusting relationship with our intuition. This also allows us to get to know our fears more and to work with them in a conscious way.

What messages do you have for me? What does my core spirit team want me to know today?

This prompt comes from intuitive energy healer Mary Ann Stancel and is an excellent way to loop your spirit team into your intuitive equation. You can take a meditative moment to call in your spirit team, or just start writing and see what your higher self or subconscious has to say!

Is there something in my life that my intuition is nudging me towards, but I keep resisting?

  • How do I sense this in my body?
  • What are the ways this thing keeps showing up in my life?
  • What would happen if I took the first step?
The purpose of this prompt from artist + educator Esther Loopstra is to first acknowledge our intuition. This is one of the steps to begin to hear and trust our intuition. It also centers the sensations in our body which can help us establish and deepen our mind-body connection.

What do I need to know for my highest good right now?

According to energy facilitator Emily Marie, the simplest things give us the greatest insight. Moving our hand gives our busy mind a distraction and we can feel into the softness of our inner knowing. It can be challenging at times to trust our inner voice, but it’s there, and when we reach out of it, it will always respond. It sounds like you, it feels like yourself, and it will always, always respond.

 
 

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