- Journal, pigment, ink
Drawing letters, or visual journaling, helps with tracking spinning thoughts and feelings, which can lead to key insights, and can help us better connect to the world around us. It creates a mind-body-spirit connection and encourages us to stand back from our traumas, creating perspective and providing us with an opportunity to analyse what has occurred. It can help harness and process our emotional states and make us feel better.
The visual letters are centred on open, uncensored communication that will never be sent, with both an emotional and cognitive function that is not limited to the visual language. As the journal forms an internal dialogue, it includes all emotions, needs, demands and condemnations of the person involved.