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About Mindful Writing

The practice of Body, Mind and Heart Meditations is vital for our physical, emotional and spiritual health. Mindfulness empowers us with self-understanding, confidence and grounds us firmly in our convictions and values. Self-understanding is as basic as food for the body. It makes us wiser and kinder, and clarifies our thinking. On the other hand, mindlessness increases intolerance, fanaticism and religious fundamentalism — attitudes opposite to our well-being and happiness.

WHO IS A MINDFUL WRITER?

A writer who practices Writing Meditation Method, that combines meditation and journaling, along with writing is a mindful writer.

WHAT IS WRITING MEDITATION METHOD?

Writing Meditation Method combines fifteen-minute meditation and journaling sessions followed by three to five hours of writing session.

WHY SHOULD I MEDITATE?

So that your fragmented body, overflowing emotions, and chaotic thoughts can calm down and turn into an integrated body, channelized emotions and peaceful thoughts.

By following Writing Meditation Practice you can become aware of your deep driving desires. Once you know what you want your intention is clear. You pursue your intention to reach your goal. As you achieve your goal, one by one, the gratification makes you feel good about yourself.

WHEN AND WHERE SHOULD I MEDITATE?

Practice Writing Meditation Method at home, online or join one of the Mindful Writers Groups in person.

If you practice by yourself at home, do it every day, same place, same time using one of the two meditation CDs sold at the Online Shop on this website.

If you want to join Online Mindful Meditation Groups log in at https://www.facebook.com/groups/706933849506291/?source=create_flow 

If you live in Western Pennsylvania email me at madhu.wangu@me.com

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Meditations for Mindful Writers II

Meditations for Mindful Writers II: Sensations, Feelings, Thoughts

Meditations for Mindful Writers II

Meditations for Mindful Writers II: Sensations, Feelings, Thoughts

Meditations for Mindful Writers I CD

Meditations for Mindful Writers: Body, Heart, Mind

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