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Infinum Evenings : Exploring one’s inner self through Journaling

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Infinum Evenings : Exploring one’s inner self through Journaling

Journaling is the practice of writing down one’s thoughts, feelings, experiences and learnings on a regular basis. This is particularly helpful when one is working towards better mental health and emotional wellbeing.

Significance of Journaling

Journaling for mental health is a healthy habit – to maintain self-awareness; to regulate emotions; and, to promote mental well-being. It is the most effective method of talking to yourself for a few minutes, every day. Studies have shown that engaging in regular journaling can help reduce stress, manage anxiety and depression symptoms, enhance self-awareness, promote emotional regulation and even strengthen resilience in the face of challenges. 

Particularly significant is the outcome of journaling with our non-dominant hand.

Journaling with the non-dominant hand

Non-dominant handwriting technique, discovered initially and promoted by art therapist Dr. Lucia Capacchione, is a pathway to access parts of you that are not readily accessible.  Right hemisphere brain functions- feelings, intuition, gut instinct, inner wisdom and spirituality- can be accessed when we journal with our non-dominant hand.

Journaling with your non-dominant hand is also an inner child healing exercise. This is a beautiful method of self-exploration, finding your hidden truths.

Want to know more?

In this upcoming session of Infinum Evenings, join us to explore the concept of Journaling and the specific significance of Journaling with the non-dominant hand.

Infinum Evenings – Exploring one’s inner self through Journaling

9th December, 2023; 4pm to 5.30pm India time.


This session of Infinum Evenings is hosted by

Ragini Rao, Psychotherapist & Transactional Analyst (TSTA)

along with  Co Host,

Divya Krishnan, Clinical Psychologist & Psychotherapist.

To join this 90 minute, free, interactive session, please click on the Enroll Now tab.

About Infinum Evenings

Infinum Evenings is an online community –  to belong, dialogue and grow with.  A once a month event, to meet up with a curious group, with whom one can talk, share and learn.  It is  –  

  • A safe space to think, express, question, learn and together explore different aspects of Emotional Wellbeing.
  • A chance to get away from the rush and focus on someone for whom we often don’t have time – Ourselves.
  • A time to sit in a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere; over a cup of tea or coffee; at a spot we love – indoors or outside !

About the Facilitator

Transactional Analyst, TSTA; Heal your Life Workshop Leader

Ragini Rao is a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst (TSTA). She trains and supervises advanced training groups in Transactional Analysis to become Psychotherapists, Coaches and Trainers. She provides Supervision to Counsellors & Psychotherapists in their work with clients. Ragini takes on individual clients for Life Coaching and Psychotherapy sessions. With over 5000 hours of one-on-one and group counselling and therapy,…

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Clinical Psychologist & Practicing Psychotherapist

Divya Krishnan, MPhil Clinical Psychology, RCI licensed (CRR No. A66060) She is a visiting faculty at Govt Institute of Mental Health, Chennai - handling psychosocial foundations of behaviour and psychopathology, psychotherapy theory and supervision and working in behavioural therapy, biofeedback, neurofeedback and deaddiction unit. Divya is a Practising psychotherapist. Her clients range from young adults and adolescents to relationship issues,…

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