Self-Discovery Journaling Day 21: Who Am I?

Self Discovery Journaling Day 21

Welcome To 21 Days Of Self-Discovery Journaling

These self-discovery journaling sessions are an invitation for you to get to know yourself better, for you to tune into what your heart, body, & mind have to say, and for you to connect with your soul. Here are a few guidelines for you to follow as you commit to each session. 

  • Try not to judge what you receive
  • Write freely & set your inhibitions aside
  • Be honest with yourself
  • Listen to your inner world and honor what it has to say
  • Have fun with these journaling sessions
  • Try the alchemy practice at the end of each session (it will help you realign your energy & direct your focus)

For Day 21, You're Encouraged To Answer The Question ~ Who Am I?

What You'll Need

  • A Journal or Notebook
  • A Pen 
  • 25 to 30 Minutes Of Free Time
  • A Quiet Place To Journal

Journaling Steps

  1. For this journaling session you're going to be answering the question, "Who Am I?". This is different than just your name or your background. You're going to decide who you want to be and then create your I AM statement to help you embody that energy. 
  2. First, you can journal about what you want to be known for. Is it your genuine hugs, creating a warm environment, for the best meals, etc? You get to decide. What two or three things do you want to be known for?
  3. Second, you can journal about your best qualities. Are you kind-hearted, determined, or creative? Write a list of qualities and then pick your top 3. 
  4. Third, what causes do you want to shower with love? Do you want to help the homeless, or help kids get adopted, or help pregnant woman deliver their babies? What hits close to home for you? Where would your energy be most appreciated? Journal about the causes that you would like to help and add your energy to. 
  5. Fourth, what promises can you make to yourself? Do you promise to always be honest? Do you promise to stand up for yourself? Do you promise to allow joy in? It's your vision. So what do you promise yourself for this lifetime? 
  6. Once you're done writing all of that stuff down, create your I AM statement.
  7. Your "I AM" statement will sound something like this. I am a (add your first best quality here), (add your second best quality here), (add your third best quality here) being, who is known for (add the things that you would like to be known for here). I promise to always (add your first promise here), (add your second promise here), and I will remain true to (cause 1) and (cause 2).
  8. The completed statement will look something like this. I am a kindhearted, joyful, and creative being, who is known for warm hugs and keeping an open mind. I promise to do my best to live up to my potential, and I will remain true to serving the homeless community and  providing food to the hungry in anyway that I can. 
  9. Once you're done writing your "I AM" statement, you'll want to embody its energy ~ so check out the alchemy practice below.

Take Your Journaling A Step Further

  • If you want to add a different dimension to this journaling session, create a vision board of who you are. This will include what causes you stand for, what you want to be known for in the world, the promises you make to yourself, and your best qualities.
  • Cut out pictures that represent you best.
  • Add colors, bold words, and quotes that embody who you are and how you would like to express yourself in the world. 
  • Be sure to keep the vision board somewhere where you can access it daily. It will help remind you of the person you want to be and will help you stay in alignment with that. Sometimes it's beautiful to see our vision come to life. 


The alchemy practice for this session is for you to align with who you say you are and bring those qualities to life.

Be sure to stay true to and exude your best qualities. Be sure to shower your causes with love (anytime that you can). Be sure to keep your word on the promises that you make to yourself, and be the person that you would like to be. 

Try not to just hold an idea of  who you want to be ~ actually get out there and start fulfilling that vision.

Bringing those qualities out and doing what you intend to do, is what life is all about. 

Write down your "I AM" statement ~ every single day until you feel one with its energy. Writing down your "I AM" statement should fuel you to focus on expressing yourself in a way that you really enjoy.

Well There You Have It ~ Day 21 Of Self-Discovery Journaling

If you need help releasing blocks, embracing your path, or aligning with your Soul, a Soul Session may be right for you.

You'll get to work directly with me and my spirit guides to move through your blocks, embrace your path, and move in the direction of your highest good.

You'll get in-depth feedback from my spirit guides, key steps to help you move forward on your journey, and a 10 minute personalized guided meditation (created based on your unique situation). If that sounds like something you're interested in follow me to view the Soul Session details.

Live Well & Keep Creating!


Intuitive Guide

P.S. I would love to hear from you. If you received any "aha" moments or revelations during your journaling session feel free to email me and tell me all about it. I love when people tune in and discover more than they expected. 

Share Your Progress On Social Media

If you decide to share any part of your journaling experience on social media, be sure to use the hashtag #sdjday21 and be sure to tag @spiritandmuse on IG or @SpiritandMuse on Twitter.

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