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Here, we have a beautiful Leather bound journal, embossed with Dragons and secured with a sturdy metal catch. But for what is it used? Well, you can use it for journaling, for one
Journaling generally involves the practice of keeping a diary or journal that explores thoughts and feelings surrounding the events of your life. There are several different ways to do this. Journaling, as a stress management and self-exploration tool, works best when done consistently, but even occasional, sporadic journaling can be stress relieving when the practice is focused on gratitude or emotional processing.
Journaling allows people to clarify their thoughts and feelings, thereby gaining valuable self-knowledge. It’s also a good problem-solving tool; oftentimes, one can hash out a problem and come up with solutions more easily on paper.
Journaling about traumatic events helps one process them by fully exploring and releasing the emotions involved, and by engaging both hemispheres of the brain in the process, allowing the experience to become fully integrated within one’s mind.
However, used with the pictured feather quill and Dragon's Blood ink, perhaps you can commence your own Book of Shadows...
A Book of Shadows is a book containing religious text and instructions for magical rituals found within the Neopagan religion of Wicca, and in many pagan practices.
Also known as the Book of Spells, this is a book used by modern witches for recording spells and rituals, magic diagrams, recipes and anything associated with their art. It can be an experimental practice, every day ritual works or a record of magic. It is also a book of inspiration and can be used in future rituals.
Your Book of Shadows - or your journal - is your own, so come into the Emporium of the Enchanted Forest and get your perfect piece now.