The way that I always envision wisdom is as follows:
I imagine that there's a community meeting in my head. I am at the front of the room, and all my thoughts, emotions, and desires have shown up with something to say to me.
Wisdom stands up first and starts to walk up to the podium, but then my insecurity stands up, then my fear, my sadness, my bills, my guilt, and wisdom is so damn cool, courteous, and patient that it lets each person in line ahead of it.
Wisdom is patient, speaks softly, and is perfectly fine not being heard. Have you ever met a master? They don't need attention.
You could also think of wisdom like a Ferrari. When was the last time you saw a Ferrari commercial? Yeah, they don't need your attention. You have to want it, then earn it. (I don't really want a Ferrari, this is a metaphor)
When I journal, I first make sure that I have exercised and connected with my body. Then, I write from each place that holds me back, and then I write from a place of wisdom. This is Rant Rave Report. That's it.
Do you want to exercise? Do you want to get in shape? Rant, Rave, Report. Now use the GOOP Loop. Try flipping your script and then use the "turn on your light" exercise. To feel what it would feel like to make decisions from that place of wisdom.
This is just one way to use The Journal Journey to tune into your inner teacher. I had excellent teachers that made me do this work because I was a kid in shambles, trapped by my rage, fear, and desire always to escape. As a teacher now, I get it; it's annoying to see people walking around, not knowing they have a Ferrari in their garage.