LA, Spring and Journalling!!
LA, Spring and Journalling!!
March 15, 2015 - Volume 2, Issue 3
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One Word That Will Change Your Life.  Jon Gordon, Dan Britton, Jimmy Page.
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Deb Wilber is the owner of Real Life Spark, a coaching practice dedicated to Igniting the Next Generation of YOU!™  
Her practice is designed to inspire you to take small steps that lead to big changes in your life as you co-create a plan that makes your goals attainable.
Deb's journey is one of small steps and giant leaps of faith - from her childhood dream of becoming an astronaut to the achievement of her goal of entrepreneurship!
Dedicated to helping clients find their inner spark, Deb's authentic style - a blend of executive experience, intuitive knowledge, business education and coach training - complements her passion to inspire others.

Deb's Sparks!
It's almost Spring!  I recently spent a long weekend in LA and soaked in the good weather and all the Hollywoood and LA excitement I could handle.  I spent a beautiful Sunday afternoon at The Getty Center, a  museum in Los Angeles where the wisteria was in full bloom (see pics).
It was fun to be in a new city with great weather. New adventures always pick me up and give me energy. I have a couple of adventures planned for the Summer and Fall.  Have you planned your vacation adventures?  Keep reading...
Peace, Love and Sparks!  Deb
Igniting YOUR Transformation! Time to plant seeds!
With Spring only 5 days away, it's time to plant our spring seeds! What are your 2015 intentions? (Remember we were setting our intentions for the year and NOT goals!)  
Did you set an intention for improved health? As the weather gets warmer, you can start walking outside.  You can start planning your garden for healthy herbs and veggies during the Summer and Fall.  
Did you set an intention to relax more?  You can start planning your summer vacation or reading list. 
Did you set an intention to start a meditation practice?  You can start today with a short meditation of 5 minutes.  There is also another Oprah and Deepak Meditation Experience starting Monday March 16. It's an easy way to learn and start a meditation practice with support.
Whatever your intentions were in January, take a few minutes to reflect and review them.  Take a look at your vision board and update it if needed.  Then work on your intentions, planting spring seeds to grow through the summer.
One small step can ignite your transformation.
Tools You can Use!  How to Journal!
Over on my blog, we have been talking about our Story and our Passion.  I also have been writing about writing.  So what if you don't have a journal or have never written in a journal what?
Journalling is personal; afterall it is your innermost thoughts, ideas, personal stories, ramblings, musings, etc.  So how you journal is also a personal decision.  
I have kept various forms of diaries and date books and journals throughout my life.  I always found it easy to journal on vacation because I wanted to document the adventure.  As an interesting side note, today I received 10 of my Grandmother's datebooks/diaries from the 40's to the 70's.  I have only read a small portion of them and it is fascinating. I now know where I get the 'document the events' obsession.
During the past few years I have been journalling on a more consistent basis but not in a consistent format.  I use the format that feels right.  In the beginning of 2011, I set up a template on my computer and would answer the same questions each day...I kept that up for about 3 months and then it faded away.  It is interesting to read these entries today.
Towards the end of 2011, I started meditating and then writing whatever came to me.  This is the most powerful way I  tap into my intuition.  Information flows to and from my brain through my hand.  I always had to write and re-write my notes in school to understand and memorize them.  
Now after I walk (remember 'move your chi' from last month) I always sit down and write.  Ideas and my intuition are at work when I walk. I also keep a datebook with events, to do lists and random notes and ideas.  And sometimes, I just sit down and write.
I will continue to share more formal ways to journal.   But for now, if you have never journalled, open a new document on your computer or get a notebook you can dedicate to your journal and just start writing ideas.  
There are questions to write about in my most recent blog entry, P is for Passion.  You can start with these questions and see where this leads.  Be gentle with yourself, there is no right or wrong way to journal.
And if you are a seasoned journaler, send me a note and share your method.  I will share with our readers in an upcoming newsletter.

"Just wanted to take the time to thank you for the great newsletters each month! You have inspired me to make a Vision Board for 2015!" 
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