Acting in Compassion

Become a Journal-Artist
Act Two: The Journal-Artist Acting in Compassion

The purpose of Act Two is to pay attention to the signs, scenes, and spoken words exchanged that inform your true and false pursuits. Act Two produces an Anti-Curse from the Noble Shadows inside your journaling journey and act upon the Anti-Curses to reveal the effects of the Curse.

Discover the Duality of your True and False Pursuits and Choose True.

Act Two focuses on the Journal-Artist’ outer-world by the art and craft of journaling in the second person point of view to discover signs, synchronicities, and supernatural moments that can give clues to the Call to Adventure, captured in fiction, based on a true story. 

Journal in the Second Person Writing Voice

Journaling in the Second Person Point of View helps the Journal-Artist pay attention to one’s physical surroundings, signs, dialogue, and synchronicities that offer insight to the duality of one’s pursuit.


Through a darkly mirror, leveraging the power of 1 Corinthians 13:12, the Journal-Artist is capable of discerning the truth from the lie in the journaling process by paying attention to signs and by documenting dialogue through narrative journaling. Chapter 5 in the Producer’s Playbook reveals how to return alchemized shadows into Noble Truths through the power of story journaling and community boomerang-editing.

Read & Respond The Producer's Playbook

Read & Respond Chapter 5 of The Producer’s Playbook, which covers the foundations of curses and anti-curses.

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Get One-on-One Coaching on how to discern your Noble Shadows inside your resonated journal entries and get help on formulating your Anti-Curse statements from your Noble Shadow statements.

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Testimonials about Journaling in the Second Person Voice

“Writing in the second takes bravery and channels love. The power of the second is that I saw my life as it is: honest and raw. By looking at the everyday moments in my life from a bird’s eye view, I could step out of myself and see what I was attracting. Through journalling in the second, I lived in the present. I learned to love myself, including my flaws and strengths, finding beauty in others around me with every entry. Instead of searching for a way out, I think I found a way in.”

Sarah Smith

Journaling in the second person allowed me to take what I thought I was experiencing by way of emotion, and challenge it with what was actually happening through action. Using the word ”You” created distance between me and the situation, and honestly allowed me to witness the role I played in my own suffering.

Tamara Luckett

When you write with The Love Story, it’s not just about expressing. You’re engaging with the difficult parts of yourself, acknowledging them, and exposing them to the light so that their toxicity is expunged. It’s to look at yourself and investigate the shadowy depth and take the good, the bad, and the ugly. You acknowledge your brokenness while showing yourself grace. You take the tears that come with each painful word and wash out the wounds of your bleeding heart so that healing can begin.

Your story mosaic begins when you let the light shine through the hurt. Each piece is turned over and rearranged through an examination of the truth through fiction based on your true story. It’s a story that arcs the past, present, and future to reveal the silver lining in the sentences. You journal to heal, and you journal for yourself, trusting that the love story will come.

Katie Andrews
Acting in Compassion

The Act of Observing one’s actions while interacting with the external world surrounding the Journal-Artist who is living out, acting out, and writing out the scenes that resonate signs, symbols, and insights for the true and false pursuits is Acting in Compassion for the Protagonist Observed by the Journal-Artist Observer. 

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Close Reading of Chapter 5 to understand the wisdom of producing Anti-Curses.


Chapter FiveThe Playbook on Curse Reversals

Chapter Five reveals how to produce the anti-curse that reverses the effects of a curse by returning the alchemized shadow (reactive) back into its Noble State (unreactive).

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