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Topic: Erudite Magic: How to Journal Your Magic
Message: Posted by: Dr. JK (Jan 17, 2021 07:23AM)
As many of you already know, I produce the Erudite Magic show on YouTube weekly every Sunday AM. Lately, I've been giving a lot of thought to creativity and the processes and tools to write about your magic.

In this week's episode, I'm going behind the hood, spilling my guts by sharing my personal magic journals with you.🤯 I want everyone to get started documenting their own magic thoughts and ideas, so I'm sharing what I do to help jump start a robust discussion.🤓

If you haven't journaled before, don't worry, it isn't painful.😉 I'll walk you through what you need, what you should write down, and provide you with a lot of examples from my own magic journals.✍️ I'm not the last word on this, but we can learn from each other!👍

If you regularly and intentionally clarify your own thoughts on paper, what are some of your top tips for remembering great ideas and capturing what makes you tick❓🤔

https://youtu.be/e9DKjzGOm9Q
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Message: Posted by: tommy (Jan 19, 2021 06:19AM)
Thank you kindly for the tips.

I am playing around with this at moment as a way organising my scatter brain thoughts;

https://www.thebrain.com/
Message: Posted by: magicalaurie (May 27, 2021 11:28AM)
I wouldn't necessarily call what I do journaling but I do keep notebooks. Writing stuff down is a great way to help with memorizing and of course rereading can help fill memory gaps down the line.

How you record your thoughts and ideas is important, too. It is necessary to include specific details. Otherwise you may very well be left trying to decipher the messages you've left for yourself. Here I find illustrations and diagrams helpful.

I think it's fantastic, too, that video recording is so accessible these days.
Message: Posted by: Dr. JK (May 27, 2021 02:52PM)
[quote]On May 27, 2021, magicalaurie wrote:
I wouldn't necessarily call what I do journaling but I do keep notebooks. Writing stuff down is a great way to help with memorizing and of course rereading can help fill memory gaps down the line.

How you record your thoughts and ideas is important, too. It is necessary to include specific details. Otherwise you may very well be left trying to decipher the messages you've left for yourself. Here I find illustrations and diagrams helpful.

I think it's fantastic, too, that video recording is so accessible these days. [/quote]
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