Madhu Bazaz Wangu | About Mindful Writing
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About Mindful Writing

The practice of Mindful Meditation is vital for physical and emotional health, refinement and creativity in our lives. The practice empowers us with authenticity, patience and stillness. It is as basic as food for the body, thought for the mind and love in our hearts. Meditation brings kindness, clarity and insight into our daily living. Mindlessness increases intolerance, fanaticism and religious fundamentalism — attitudes opposite to wholeness, well-being and happiness. 

What is the difference between a Writer and a Mindful Writer?

One-year practice of Writing Meditation Method.

Who is a Mindful Writer?

A writer who practices Writing Meditation Method.

What is Writing Meditation Method?

The daily practice of meditation, journaling, non-verbal activity, and one to four hours of writing session.

Why?

So that writer’s fragmented body, overflowing emotions, and chaotic thoughts gradually change to integrated body, channelized emotions and calm thoughts.

By following this routine mindful writers become aware of their deep driving desires that they use in their works in progress. The result is an inner joy and creative stillness.

Where?

Everyday. Same time. At a place that is safe, secure and serene.

How?

Fifteen minutes of guided meditation, fifteen minutes of journaling and a non-verbal activity any time of the day. This regimen would lead to a smooth writing flow for two to four or more hours.

To Find Out More

To learn more about mindful writing and connect with others practicing mindful writing, please join the Mindful Writers mailing list. It’s free, and you can unsubscribe any time.

Discard the flotsam & jetsam of daily living by journaling each morning. Clean the mind’s slate. Think before saying or doing. Magnetize your surroundings.