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What are Morning Pages?

Morning Pages is a technique that was popularized by Julia Cameron in her book "The Artist's Way." It is a practice designed to enhance creativity and increase self-awareness. Morning Pages involve writing three pages of longhand stream-of-consciousness writing first thing in the morning, ideally as soon as you wake up.

The purpose of Morning Pages is to clear your mind, release any internal clutter, and tap into your subconscious thoughts and ideas. It is a form of daily journaling that is meant to be done without any editing or censoring. You simply write whatever comes to mind, without worrying about grammar, spelling, or coherence.

The act of writing Morning Pages helps to bypass the critical and judgmental aspects of your mind, allowing you to freely express your thoughts, emotions, and ideas. It can be a way to vent frustrations, explore your dreams and aspirations, reflect on your experiences, or brainstorm creative projects.

The recommended length for Morning Pages is three pages, but the exact number of words may vary depending on your handwriting and the size of the paper. The goal is to write continuously until you fill the designated number of pages, usually taking about 20-30 minutes.

Many people find Morning Pages to be a helpful tool for getting in touch with their inner thoughts and boosting their creativity. It can provide a sense of clarity, focus, and emotional release. However, it's important to note that Morning Pages is a personal practice, and the benefits may vary from person to person.

Use a designated journal for your morning pages or download our free blank pages to start incorporating this beneficial habit in your routine.

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