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Read your morning pages!

Cameron suggests doing this with highlighters in hand, one to highlight insights and one to highlight actions needed. Do not judge your pages or yourself.

What have you consistently been complaining about? What have you procrastinated on? What have you allowed yourself to change or accept?

Don't be thrown by black-and-white thinking and reversals: "it's a great job, it's a terrible job", etc.

"The morning pages have allowed us to vent without self-destruction, to plan without interference, to complain without an audience, to dream without restriction, to know our own minds. Give yourself credit for undertaking them. Give them credit for the changes and growth they have fostered."

Date: 2014-07-23 08:08 am (UTC)From: [personal profile] ljlee
ljlee: (sisko facepalm)
Oh, crap! I have to read that?! This wasn't part of the deal, Cameron! *shakes fist*

Just checking in, I'm keeping up with the morning pages for the most part and even the artist's dates after a fashion, but most of my free time this month has been going to Camp NaNoWriMo. I've been reading the exercises but not doing them, so I may catch up on them in August. Thanks for keeping up the great work!
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