When you use the Journal, you're not saying, "I'm sick," you're saying, "I need a time of reflection, of quieting. I need a sabbath."
I think the principle of the sabbath—the need for rest after activity—is still psychologically sound. It may be that the rhythm of six and one is not the only rhythm. The Journal is a way to follow one's own rhythm, to create one's own personal sabbath, whether you come to a workshop or just do it privately in your own life.