This is Week Four: Recovering A Sense of Integrity. We will work to embrace our new self-definitions, and we will work with exercises designed to bring productive introspection and integration of our new self-awareness, from Monday June 30th to Sunday July 6th 2008.
* daily morning pages [non-negotiable]
* artist’s date [non-negotiable]
* reading deprivation for the week
* allow yourself to accept the changes you’re experiencing! 🙂
* List five hobbies that sound fun.
* List five classes that sound fun.
* List five things that you personally would never do that sound fun.
* List five skills that would be fun to have.
* List five things that you used to enjoy doing.
* List five silly things that you would like to try once.
* Describe your ideal environment.
* What’s your favourite season? Why?
* Find or draw some images that represent this. Place it near your work area.
* Time travel: Describe yourself at 80. What did you do after 50 that you enjoyed? [be specific.]
* Write a letter from yourself at 80 to you at your current age. What would you tell yourself? What would you encourage?
* Time travel: Remember yourself at 8. What did you like to do? What were your favourite things?
* Write a letter from you at 8 to yourself at your current age. What would you tell yourself?
* Environment: look at your house, and find someplace that you can claim as your own private space.
* Use your Life Pie to review your growth.
* Write your own Artist’s Prayer. Use it every day for a week.
* An Extended Artist’s Date: plan a small vacation for yourself. [one weekend day. Get ready to execute it.]
* Open your closet, locate one low-self-worth outfit – and get rid of it. Make space for the new.
* Look at one situation in your life that you feel that you should change but haven’t yet. What is the payoff for you in staying stuck?
* If you break your reading deprivation, write about how you did it. Was it in a tantrum, a slipup, a binge? How do you feel about it? Why?
In your check-in for the week, note if you experienced any synchronicity, and if so, what it was.
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