I am pleased to present my review * of Julianne Victoria’s Butterfly Journal. It has been wonderful to work with this lovely lavender book that captures the essence of Julianne’s intuitive spirit.
Butterfly Journal by Julianne Victoria ~
Butterflies tell us the story of being in flux, lingering in darkness, feeling isolated, embracing the state of limbo and then finally and miraculously emerging brilliantly reborn and free. Meta – morphosis means beyond form. This interactive journal takes the reader through a monthly process of prompts that support the inner work required for lasting personal transformation. Each month builds upon another as you reflect, write and/or draw and then reflect some more, taking with you the wisdom gleaned from the previous month. For example, the first month focuses on self – reflection and taking a self- inventory, month two is devoted to an examination of truth, and month three is an invitation to live in faith and love of self. You can start the journal whenever you like. I started mine immediately after the Autumn Equinox .
The journal is big enough to really dig in and write and doodle and explore to your heart’s content. Each page is decorated with a stunning butterfly image. This beautifully illustrated book is designed to gently encourage the reader to see their potential while gazing at the butterfly on every page. I was certainly inspired to pour my heart into each page knowing that I am on the path to transformation.
Why you should buy this journal: It is thoughtfully organized, beautifully designed, and embodies Julianne’s unique recipe for self-realization. The monthly prompts are very effective and the format is quite cohesive. I am really enjoying this process, knowing that Julianne’s energy is encouraging my self-exploration. Come join me and you will see how this delightful book can jump-start the progress of stepping into your true nature.
Please visit juliannevictoria.com to learn more about the author and her amazing blog. Her blog also showcases her professional services , creative projects and publications, and ordering instructions.
UPDATE – I found this charming children’s song about metamorphosis that I preferred over my initial choice ( Mariah Carey video). Your feedback is always welcome; let me know if you enjoyed listening to this song .
* I was given a copy of the book in exchange for this review.
butterfly images by wikipedia.org