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Learn | 12.28.2021

Why You Should Write Down Your Thoughts While High

You'd be surprised by the benefits of journaling your high thoughts. Created with Pilgrim Soul.

There are countless reasons why individuals choose to indulge in cannabis. Whether it’s to reduce anxiety, boost creativity, or simply relax, the plant has shown many benefits to help both the mind and body.

The most common reason many use cannabis is to help with stress and alleviate anxiety, but there are a few other things one can do to help enhance that experience.

For starters, never underestimate the power of a good old brain dump.

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By brain dump, we mean writing and journaling your thoughts to keep your mind organized and free of unnecessary stress.

In fact, there’s a specific journal on the market that targets high people with over 50 creative thinking exercises. Pilgrim Soul’s “Please Use This Journal While You Are High: Creative Thinking Journal” is a great place to start. 

 

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Not only will Pilgrim Soul’s Creative Thinking Journal help you pass the time with hours of fun and creativity, but it also helps you build more productive habits and routines.

This journal is perfect for honing your creative abilities; it provides the foundation for any idea and enables you to navigate the creative process with supportive guidance and advice. 

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We want to take this time to highlight the importance and benefits of writing while high.

We’re all aware that cannabis and drugs in general like psychedelics improve your creative state of mind.

Are you planning to write a book or start a new business? Jotting down your high creative ideas is the best way to stay organized and get your train of thought rolling down the tracks.

You’ll never experience a more cathartic venture than writing your high thoughts. Even if you’re in a lifted and giggly mood, you might just come up with a new sketch idea that could go viral or begin writing a stand-up comedy set.

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Comedy aside, journaling your high thoughts will help you understand the differences between your high and sober self. Doing this might help you realize how to implement more positivity into your sober life.

Lastly, writing your high thoughts is therapeutic. When no one else seems to listen, your journal is waiting to hear what you have to say.

Racking your brain and traveling to the dark corners of your mind can help you realize what it is you fear while steering you in the right direction of how to handle these stressors and come to more realistic and practical conclusions.

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