Creating a Goddess Vision: Journal Prompts to Spark Inspiration
Having a journaling practice is a beautiful way to record your journey through transformation, healing, as well as to keep account of your path as you are traveling along it. To journal every day or every other day is also a beautiful way to track your natural cycles, be it physically, emotionally or mentally.
I have recently been keeping a journal specifically for tracking my menstrual cycle, which has been a really empowering experience! Within this journaling, I have kept track of what day I am on within my cycle, and also noting what my cervical fluid looks and feels like, what my emotions are, how I feel physically, as well as any other relevant energy that I feel should be noted. This has been such a powerful tool to keep track of my cycle, and to document the changes I have been able to see in myself. We are cyclical humans, and it is so essential that we know what our natural cycling looks and feels like so that we can take care of our wombs and ourselves accordingly. I urge you to take note of the changes and transitions you see and feel within your body to create a deeper connection with and understanding of yourself.
I have found within my own journaling practice that having journal prompts often spark really deep insight in to myself, and allow me to have a really strong starting point to jump off of. It is often intimidating to pick up a journal and just begin writing…especially if we are feeling stuck or stagnant in our creativity! As a Goddess and wild womyn, it is important to always be taking time to celebrate all that you have done, and all that you wish to continue to do. Writing out intentions, and then expressing them verbally is an incredibly powerful practice for manifesting, as well as holding yourself accountable.
Writing out intentions in alignment with the Full and New Moon is also a really beautiful and powerful way to track the aspirations you are working towards, and to set them within the potent energy of the moon at these times.
Buy a journal that you love, pick up your favorite color pen, and find space for your thoughts, your words, and your wildest dreams.
Below are several journal prompts for you to use, and come back to, as you feel so inspired or drawn to.
I hope they spark creativity, connection and power in your soul.
Describe your Goddess Self in 10 words.
What Goddess do you most resonate with? Why?
What is something you have wanted for a long time, yet still do not have?
What has prevented you from having the thing you most desire?
What can you do today to bring more magic in to your life?
What are your non-negotiable needs?
What are your non-negotiable wants?
Think of a place that provides you with peace and tranquility. Write out all of the details of what this environment holds. The smells. The sights. The people. The way you look within it.
What do you want your relationship with yourself to look like? How can that begin to happen today?
What is something you want to do everyday?
What is admirable about you?
Where do you want to go?
Where have you already been? How has this path shaped you?
How have you changed in the last year?
What have you learned about yourself in the last year?
What are you undeniably passionate about?
What is something that you never thought you would do, that you brought yourself to do? How did it feel? What challenges were present, and how did you overcome them? How did it feel to accomplish it?
Describe what it would look like for you to live without fear.
Where do you want to live? Are you living there now? If not, what is preventing you from moving? If you are living there, what do you appreciate about the coordinates you live within?
Who makes up your community? How do they support you? Who can you tell anything to, without feeling judgment or misunderstanding?
What are your gifts? What is your magic?
What do you value in yourself?
How do you feel safe? How do you feel loved? How do you feel seen?
When do you feel most yourself?
How can you bring more intentionality in to your days?
What is sacred to you?