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Courage Journal - To recognize your own limiting beliefs, and to build and cultivate courage in every aspect of your life.
When you think of courage, what do you think of? I define courage as getting out of one’s comfort zone – whether that is physical, mental, or emotional. We are all courageous in different ways. Some might have the courage to try something physically dangerous, to risk harm or even death. Some might have the courage to try new ideas or to question previous thoughts and beliefs. Some might have the courage to be vulnerable and take emotional risks.
While a person might have the courage to face physical fears, they won’t necessarily have the courage to face their emotional fears — and vice versa. Oftentimes, courage in one area is offset by a lack of courage in another.
For example, people who are naturally more sensitive have a greater capacity for emotional courage. However, because they feel things more deeply than most people, they often feel hurt more deeply than others. As those hurtful experiences pile up, people who are especially sensitive might draw back into their shells and eventually lose some capacity for emotional courage. In order to protect oneself from emotional pain, they shift the focus to the mental and physical, which also shifts the area of courage in the same way. On the other hand, if a person grew up in an environment where they were encouraged to spend a lot of time, effort, and focus sharpening their physical courage, it’s likely that they spent less time cultivating and growing the other two types of courage.
It is quite impossible to have courage in all areas as courage requires practice. To have physical courage, one must increase their physical strength. To have mental courage, one must increase their mental capabilities. To have emotional courage, one must learn to surrender. All of these require time and strength in those areas.
Courage isn’t the absence of fear, but rather the ability to acknowledge the fear and to pursue your goal anyway, because the outcome is much more rewarding.
This Courage Journal is designed to help you build and cultivate a courageous mindset – in whichever area you’d like – and to overcome fear by recognizing your own limiting beliefs and how they were formed. Little by little, you’ll learn to develop lifelong courage. After all, a mind that has been stretched to a new dimension can never go back to its old shape or form.
“Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one's courage.”
Each journal comes with:
- 30 questions and journaling prompts designed to help you become more courageous in every aspect of life.
- Exercises and worksheets designed to help you create action plans that will help you build and cultivate a courageous mindset.
- Inspirational quotes throughout.