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“She clearly demonstrates how to bring journaling to the next level.”
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Writing “Under Fire”

For a demonstration of the first tool at work, pick up Bernadette’s Pages and flip to any page.

Writing under fire provided a journaling intensive that saved my life. (Dramatic but true.) Desperation overflowed from a pretty blue journal with a fluffy white kitty on the cover into comp books, doses Ultram ER (Tramadol) work, steno pads, Ultram ER (Tramadol) blogs, loose-leaf paper – and anything else remotely close to paper – when the angst hit. Venting anger. Flushing out remorse, Ultram ER (Tramadol) no rx. Dear God letters, Buy Ultram ER (Tramadol) Without Prescription. Ray-you-asshole letters. Ultram ER (Tramadol) alternatives, Therapy work. Dream logs. Synchronicity logs, Ultram ER (Tramadol) brand name. Buy Ultram ER (Tramadol) Without Prescription, Gratitude logs. Spirit dialogs. Ultram ER (Tramadol) pics, Ego dialogs.

Guess you could say journaling helped me to map out the expressway and every alternate route available when confronted with an emotional traffic jam.



Two Gifts And Amplified Synchronicity

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That Entry Still Blows My Mind

The 'profound occurrence' hit the fan when I wrote these words in the final pages of that journal, “Now I know what those incredible waves of sadness were about .., buy Ultram ER (Tramadol) no prescription. when Ray said we needed to talk, Buy generic Ultram ER (Tramadol), all the foreboding came flooding in. Buy Ultram ER (Tramadol) Without Prescription, I was devastated. Even before he confessed to wanting a separation. To there being another woman.”

My morning pages ritual navigated me beyond that journal’s final entry and into the choppy waters ahead, kjøpe Ultram ER (Tramadol) på nett, köpa Ultram ER (Tramadol) online. Some might call it irony. Canada, mexico, india, I call it synchronicity – amplified by a Divine Purpose. Ray gifted me with a book that introduced me to the process of writing my way through pain, Buy Ultram ER (Tramadol) Without Prescription. When he left, Ray gifted me with an opportunity to practice that process in a way that I never could have imagined, Ultram ER (Tramadol) without prescription.

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I’m going to cheat just a little. In Julia Cameron’s words, "… the morning pages are three pages of longhand writing, cheap Ultram ER (Tramadol), strictly stream-of-consciousness: ‘Oh, Order Ultram ER (Tramadol) online overnight delivery no prescription, god, another morning. I have NOTHING to say, Ultram ER (Tramadol) pictures. Buy Ultram ER (Tramadol) Without Prescription, I need to wash the curtains. Did I get my laundry yesterday. Ultram ER (Tramadol) australia, uk, us, usa, Blah, blah, blah …’ They might also, Ultram ER (Tramadol) dosage, more ingloriously, Cheap Ultram ER (Tramadol) no rx, be called brain drain, since that is one of their main functions.”

She also says, “There is no wrong way to do morning pages … (they) are not meant to be art, get Ultram ER (Tramadol). Or even writing … not supposed to sound smart … nobody is allowed to read (them) except you ... Ultram ER (Tramadol) samples, Just write three pages … and don’t leaf back.” (Three pages. Who has time for that?)

Why Write Morning Pages?

Julia jokes, “To get to the other side” but is quick to point to their power when she says they get us to “the other side of our fear, of our negativity...” She identifies a voice she calls the Censor – what I frequently refer to as Ego in Bernadette’s Pages – and goes on to claim that, “Beyond the reach of the Censor’s babble we find our own quiet center, where we hear the still small voice that is at once our creator’s and our own.”

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Scribing Spirit

Had I not established the habit of writing, Ultram ER (Tramadol) reviews, I would have missed the crossroad – the change of direction – that led to what I know and love today. And I would not have established a comfort zone with the primary medium through which Divine Guidance channeled the lifeline that bumped my journaling to the next level.

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Writing With Your Other Hand

The same friend who gifted me with that journal also introduced me to the power of using your non-dominant hand to tap into the wisdom of the right brain, Buy Ultram ER (Tramadol) Without Prescription. She guided me through a series of dialogs during which the right hand (my dominant) wrote out the question and the left hand (my non-dominant) answered. The left hand blurts were surprisingly direct and wise, order Ultram ER (Tramadol) from mexican pharmacy. The process captured my attention but did not go beyond a few sessions. Ultram ER (Tramadol) images, This powerful tool reemerged as a lifeline after Ray's 'announcement.'

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A Shortcut

My writing, today, evolves to fit life circumstances and time constraints but remains a foundational cornerstone; a primary tool I use to quickly process and move through life’s stuff. Issues that show up on paper often do not have to remain as long, drawn out classroom experiences. Ray and I even share our writings. At crucial times, they act as springboards for some pretty amazing communication and we grow together in ways that I am grateful for, Buy Ultram ER (Tramadol) Without Prescription. (I do not advise that you share your writing casually, however. Ray and I have learned how to hear past the guilt and fear that sometimes gets tossed onto the pages. We are also very good at knowing when to call in a referee!)


Try It. You Might Like It.

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Why wait for pain to motivate you when guidance is 'at hand?' Try these two very complimentary journaling tools and see what happens. Buy Ultram ER (Tramadol) Without Prescription, Let morning pages prime the pump and other-hand writing set the stage for your own insightful 'blurts.'

Or, use any of the following nine tools in this Companion Guide as springboards for writing under fire. (Psst. The ruled margins in Bernadette’s Pages are an invitation to make this process your own!)


A Few “Under Fire” Samples

• Pgs. 1 – 230 – Take your pick.
• Pg. 28 – Creative Venting: “Last night I tore up the copy of The Artist’s Way that Ray gave me, Buy Ultram ER (Tramadol) Without Prescription. Scribbled commentaries, in crayon, on the pages. Things I have been wanting to …”
• Pg. 39, 40, 156, 184 – Spirit Dialogs: Other Hand Writing
• Pg. 44 – Reading Writing: “ Okay, I’ve gone back and read quite a few pages from my journal. I see a very unhappy woman in …” Buy Ultram ER (Tramadol) Without Prescription, • Pg. 52, 57, 73, 112, 129 – Dreamlogs
• Pg. 93 – Letters: “Ray, This is the day you asked me to marry you nineteen years ago. Who would have guessed I’d be …”
• Pg. 131 – Processing Fears: “Free flow thoughts and feelings, resulting from kissing Eric …”
• Pg. 148 – Prefatory Writing: “… need to take notes on some of the things I want to say to Ray after dinner Tuesday …”


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  • November 15, 2008 at 9:56 pm

    First of all, I think you’re brilliant and brave and full of love for putting this out for the rest of us to grow with … and… I have confusion as to how you are using this tool guide as a companion. For me, if I’m in my quicksand and I’m given too many options as to how to get out, I may just stay there and sink further. Sometimes, I need to be guided by questions instead of instructions. So, I’m going to talk with you MUCH more personally and privately … I do love where your thoughts are moving with the book and its companion. My confusion is just a reflection of where I am!

  • November 17, 2008 at 9:46 pm

    Point well taken, Laurie. It’s important to connect with those who know us or our situation well enough to ask the questions that lead us past the quicksand. This guide is meant to enhance, not replace, a personal support system. Use these tools in combination with a therapist, spiritual advisor, sponsor or good friend.

    Where “Bernadette’s Pages” is like a travel brochure that tells you about the terrain, folklore, local culture – in essence, an intimate view of an area you might travel – the Companion Guide is like a local map that highlights short-cuts and alternate routes to particular points of interest. (Concerns like how to purge anger, find gratitude, feel passion, reach forgiveness.) Yes, the CG offers more than one option but all roads on THIS map intersect. (And will get you somewhere better than quicksand.)

    Now, here is a question in alignment with Tool #1. When you are approaching (or in) the quicksand, are pen and paper handy? If so, do you write?

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  • September 13, 2010 at 8:23 am

    So, someone brought up an interesting point on our Facebook Fan Page. Said she’d read her Grandmother’s journal after she passed away. That is a whole other level of healing and awareness that writing invites … though we don’t really think about it … but what an interesting springboard a loved ones journal provides for writing in our own pages … just thinkin’ …

  • September 13, 2010 at 1:19 pm


    Thank you for this blog post which provides several techniques to get one on a writing schedule as well as to write from a different perspective. Met Julia Cameron at a Barnes and Noble book signing when she launched “The Writing Diet”. Totally agree with you about the Morning pages.

    The other technique is writing with your non-dominant hand and asking questions.

    Will post this on the Continuity Blogging Community.
    Thank you Bernadette. Have a blessed day.


    • September 13, 2010 at 3:58 pm

      Hey Jane,
      How great to see you here! You and I know what writing can do – and certainly share our enthusiasm for its process. Whether it be to heal or extend our creativity …

      Thanks for sharing this on your site. I’ve been suggesting you to fellow writers as well. For those of you who don’t know Jane … check out her Facebook Community and website! She’s a woman on a mission!

  • September 14, 2010 at 8:26 pm

    Just wanted to comment that this sentence is my favorite, brilliant and I TOTALLY connect with it:

    “Guess you could say journaling helped me map out the expressway and every alternate route available when confronted with an emotional traffic jam.”

  • July 30, 2011 at 9:31 pm

    I have a friend named Gary. I’ve known Gary since we were 18 years old, long haired…well…over 40 years. We have camped together, cried together, danced at each others wedding, saw our children born and raised as one extended family. Throughout all those years, Gary kept a Journal. It wasn’t much. But every January he bought a new one and made notes every day. He just jotted down a few thoughts at the end of the day, no matter where he was or what he was doing. At first we kidded him, but we soon realized that we could ask him to go back and review a particular day and see what was happening or where are collective heads were at the time. One day Gary became ill and we did not think he would survive. His wife pulled out his “journal box” and we all sat around the emergency room waiting for his crisis to pass. One by one we took a journal, recited days to each other and relived common and … ah … uncommon experiences for over three hours.

    I’m happy to say that he eventually recovered after nearly two years of rehabilitation, but those journals were keys to helping his friends remember why we came into this life experience in the first place. I never journaled but I have kept a sort of rambling notebook of thoughts, essays and rantings on a haphazard basis…These tips are priceless and I hope everyone reads your book so they can understand the value and how your experiences, put down in your own words, have also affected so many others. Thanks Bernadette for letting me ramble…

    • August 1, 2011 at 8:48 pm

      I am moved by your experience … It shows that keeping a journal serves more than “one” through the tough times … as you so beautifully shared. Thank you for another view, J.m. As always, I love your “rambles.” 🙂

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