10 Full Moon Journal Prompts for Letting Go

In order to create the space for the new, we must let go. Let go of the bad and welcome in the new.

A Full Moon is a time to fully align and set intentions for what we want during our time. This means, taking a step and reflecting on where we currently are and what we need to let go of. One technique that can be used as a guide is to write out your feelings in a journal.

Below are 10 journal prompts for letting go:

  1. Are you currently replaying or repeating a negative or non-serving situation or thought? If so, what?
  2. Are you currently replaying or repeating a negative or non-serving situation or thought? If so, what?
  3. What would happen if you put the most positive spin on this event, (whether from Q# 1, Q #2, or both) How does your story change?
  4. Which story made you feel better or worse?
  5. All of the feelings and thoughts you had during the β€œworse” of those stories, do believe those feelings have your best interest in mind?
  6. What are the things you are holding onto, that you should let go?
  7. When these negative feelings and emotions rise again (because they will) how are ways you can distract your brain into thinking about something else more positive?
  8. What is your new intention(s) for the Full Moon? In other words, what do you intend to accomplish through actions?
  9. What are some small steps you can do for yourself to embrace your intention further?
  10. How can you feel more connected to the universe?

Published by Allie

I love being outdoors especially at home in Arizona, where the weather is gorgeous and perfect for outdoor activities. Being in nature restores and energizes our spirit, which is why I write about the importance of protecting wild spaces.

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