Madhu Bazaz Wangu | About Mindful Writing
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About Mindful Writing

The practice of Mindful Meditation is vital for our physical and emotional health, refinement and creativity in our daily life. The practice empowers us with authenticity and confidence, and grounds us firmly to our values. Contemplating on oneself is as basic as food for the body, thought for the mind and love in our hearts. It brings kindness, clarity and insight into our daily living. On the other hand, mindlessness increases intolerance, fanaticism and religious fundamentalism — attitudes opposite to wholeness, well-being and happiness.

WHO IS A MINDFUL WRITER?

Anyone who wants to become more aware of oneself and one’s surroundings by practicing Writing Meditation Method.

WHAT IS WRITING MEDITATION METHOD?

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

WHY?

So that one’s fragmented body, overflowing emotions, and chaotic thoughts change into an integrated body, channelized emotions and calm thoughts.

Within a year, by following Writing Meditation Practice one becomes aware of one’s deep driving desires. Once one knows what he or she wants the intention is clear. One pursues one’s intention with concentration to reach a goal. Goal achieved, one is showered with an inner joy.

WHERE?

If you want to join one of the Mindful Meditation Groups email madhu.wangu@me.com

If you want to practice Writing Meditation Method 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.

TO FIND OUT MORE

To learn more about mindful writing and connect with others practicing mindful writers, 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.