The True and the Questions Journal Diary – 25 Oct 2005
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"I journal to understand my life as I'm living it. I use my journals as a place to put the things that spill out over the edges of my life: photo negatives, scraps of paper, poems I have heard and loved, my sorrow and epiphanies, the true and the questions. My journals have become guideposts for my life. Maybe it's the same way for you, and so I invite you inside my world. Let us live more fully and deeply together." - Sabrina Ward Harrison"
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Sabrina Ward Harrison was born in Canada and lives in Northern California. She teaches workshops on "The Art of Becoming Yourself" throughout the world.
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If you have a fear of the blank page, this book gets round that entirely. If you want some ideas about how to start, or how to continue, the book provides ideas. And it is very good at giving permission to be messy !
While I appreciate the openness and vulnerability expressed in this journal, I do find some of it a bit psychobabbly. This is probably "just" a cultural thing.
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That being said, I was thrilled to see she had another book out and while it is not in the stores yet I found it here and ordered it. I paid fo overnight delivery ($17!!!) so that I could take it with me on a trip I was leaving for. I do not think the description of this book is accurate. It is truly a journal for you to work in and less of a display of her journals, like her other 3 books. There are images in some of the pages most of which are recycles from her other three books. There are a few pages (5-8) that seem to be original artwork and words, otherwise it is recycled work and blank pages for you to work in yourself.
If you are looking for a little something more than a blank journal with some prompts to get you started in journaling and don't mind paying the 12 bucks then get this book. If you are looking for the next book in her series this is definately not the follow up to Messy Thrilling Life.
One of the best aspects of this book is that the majority of the book is meant as a "fill in book" where the reader can jot down his or her own thoughts as well. I think this is perfect for anyone who is new to art journaling. It definitely takes some of the intimidation out of starting your own book. Sabrina has laid the perfect foundation for you. There are no blank pages staring at you, instead you'll find her amazing spilled paint backgrounds throughout as well as words and prompts to get you started. I personally prefer to share my thoughts in my own journals that I've created, but plan to use her prompts to create my own pages in my book. I definitely feel that this book would be useful to anyone interested in art journals no matter what their experience level is.