Mid-Year Reflections

Written on 06/10/2024
Rebecca Anuwen

In the vast script of existence, each day brings a new page, brimming with a unique variety of experiences and insights that are easily forgotten as time continues to move forward. 

Through embracing The  Mid-Year Reflections, you direct your focus to the present, immersing yourself in the world of your thoughts and feelings, resonating with where you are and re-alignng yourself as you move forward.

This Sacred Pause offers a tranquil sanctuary, a mindful engagement with the present moment. 


Step 1: Journal Selection
Choose a journal that connects with your spirit. 

It may be a beautifully embossed notebook, a digital diary, or any medium that sparks your desire to express.


Step 2: Comfort and Composure
Find a comfortable position, one that supports your body and enhances your focus so you can explore the richness of your reflections.


Step 3: Recollection and Reflection
Begin to revisit the first half of the year, exploring its shape and contours.

Notice the seeds you have sown, the growth, the transformations, and all the intricate details that you might usually overlook.

To further inspire your journaling, here's some additional prompts from you to choose from:


  • What are some of the significant events that have happened in the first half of the year?
  • How have these events affected you physically, emotionally, and spiritually?
  • What lessons have you learned from these experiences?


  • What seeds (goals or intentions) did you plant at the beginning of the year?
  • How have they grown or changed over time?
  • What have been some of the challenges and rewards of this growth?


  • What aspects of your life are you especially grateful for right now?
  • How have these elements of your life enriched your daily existence?
  • Write a letter of gratitude to someone who has positively impacted your life this year.



  • What personal 'harvest' are you reaping now?
    This could be the fruit of projects or relationships, personal achievements, or inner growth.
  • How do you feel about this harvest?
    Are you satisfied, or do you desire more?
  • How can you celebrate and honour this personal harvest?


Looking Ahead

  • As you move into the latter half of the year, what seeds do you want to plant for the future?
  • What actions can you take to nurture these seeds?
  • What hopes or fears do you have for the coming months?


Step 4: Breath and Being
As you write, maintain awareness of your breath.

Let it guide you deeper into the moment.

If your mind strays, gently guide it back to your breath and the act of writing.


Step 5: Emotional Echoes
Savour the emotions that your mindful journaling brings.

Acknowledge any thoughts, feelings or physical sensations that emerge and allow them to pass through you without judgement.


Step 6: Gratitude
As your writing session comes to a close, express gratitude.

Thank the universe for this moment of calm and the introspective experience you've had the chance to engage in.


Step 7: Resurfacing Revitalised
Ease yourself gently from this sacred pause, carrying the peace and heightened awareness into your everyday life.

Let it influence your actions and reactions, infusing your daily routines with a fresh appreciation for the present.


Step 8: Routine Reverie
Incorporate this sacred pause into your schedule.

Regular mindful journaling can assist in maintaining a tranquil, present, and appreciative state of mind.

By engaging in the harmonious symphony of The Chronicle of Reflection, you establish a space of calm and heightened awareness. 

May this sacred pause act as a grounding force, linking you to the beauty of the present moment.