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The collection of three CDs “Meditations for Mindful Writers I, II & III” contain meditations for novice as well as professional writers and all those who dream of developing their abilities and skills in creative fields. Writers who have practiced these meditations rave about the increase in their focus, depth and productivity after listening to them daily. If you want to sharpen your focus, increase productivity and creative power, begin your day with listening to one of these meditations.
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Here’s what some of the practitioners wrote about these meditations:

“I recently had surgery and spent a week in the hospital. . . The one thing that helped me, both with the anxiety and with righting my sleep patterns, was Madhu Wangu’s new meditations. I listened to them countless times. . . Her voice was soothing and comforting in the dark hours when I was restless and uncomfortable. My surgeon called me a champion breather, which I found amusing, but it did help to get me home quickly. (Ramona DeFelice Long, Writer and Editor)”

“I follow Madhu’s quiet instructions on her CD and, after several minutes of clearing my mind of past problems and future thoughts I feel an internal letting go. Her gentle voice leading the meditation opens a portal to the inner world. I imagine my inner place as a labyrinth where I can’t get lost. This interior place is where I must go to write. It’s difficult to describe the thrill I feel when meditation leads me to surprising dialogue or unexpected plot twists. Where did that come from, I ask myself? Practice it! It works! (Maryalice Meli, Writer)

Practicing with Madhu Bazaz Wangu’s CDs has turned my creative faucet on, allowing me to experience the gushing flow of writing. . . I find my writing focused and plentiful. With the Writing Meditation Practice, I can stimulate my dormant creative flow that is always waiting to be released. Simply thinking about WMP puts me half way there, without even doing anything-that’s powerful. It’s transformative. The practice has injected my writing with the soul it was missing. When practiced daily, the Method is a gift that keeps on giving. (Kathleen Shoop, Multiple Award-Winning Writer)

Using Madhu Wangu’s Meditation CD I wrote with such passion that I didn’t even know I had. Her Writing Meditation Practice allowed me to clear away any negative energy. Fifteen minutes of Body, Heart or Mind Meditation followed by journaling helped me to reflect and write freely for hours. . . This Method of writing has given me freedom to explore my innermost feelings and thoughts and shown me that there is a relationship between writing and meditation. It has empowered me so that I can overcome obstacles placed on my writing path. (Audrey Snyder, Writer)

Julie Long Practicing Writing Meditation Method has taught me to courageously sit with my thoughts and emotions instead of running away from them. That was the first lesson I learned: Acknowledge your thoughts and emotions! The key to reach the creative font is to become silent witness of your negative emotions. Then see them dissolve or pass. Writing Meditation Method is like a railing on a footbridge. As I cross, the practice is there for me to steady myself. (Julie Long, Writer)

Available for downloading at:

https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/madhubazazwangu4

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