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When you begin a life review the first thing you really should have is a journal to write down your thoughts and feelings. If it makes you uncomfortable to leave such a personal writing around, when you are done you can always burn it as part of your releasing ceremony. However I strongly recommend that you keep it/them, as they are amazing references to look back at years later. And, you just never know when those pages just might become your first book, or the idea that inspires. It is a very personal experience to journal. I like a specific type of journal and paper weight, so choose one that speaks to you. There is often some very profound information in these books and I do encourage you keep them, especially if you feel that you might be a writer or a teacher later on, or these thoughts make your soul jump up and pay attention. (That is always a good sign that you are on to something.)
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