Guided journaling invites us to step into the field of future.
It is a versatile exercise where the participants are led through a self-reflective process. The main goal is to open access to deeper levels of knowing and connect this to concrete actions. It is most powerful when used as a reflection tool combined with embodied practices.
Journaling requires just a pen and paper, and putting the pen on the page without thinking too much. Just let yourself write and see what emerges.
See the Guided journaling background and principles, and instructions for the practice:
Guided journaling instructions include some questions that can be used as journaling prompts. They can also be adapted to fit the group or team.