Madhu Bazaz Wangu | Author | Mindful Writing Meditation
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Madhu Bazaz Wangu

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Madhu Wangu

The founder of Mindful Writers Groups and Retreats, Dr. Madhu Bazaz Wangu has won awards from Writer’s Digest, Feather Quill, Readers Favorite, Next Generation Indie Book, Indie Excellence, and TAZ Awards. She inspires novice as well as advanced creative people to become better writers and creators, and authentic human beings by following the practice of Writing Meditation.

Madhu shares time-honored practices using personal anecdotes to teach Writing Meditation Practice (WMP). The practice is not only entertaining but also life transforming. Introduced to writers in 2011, it provides daily skills, tools and rituals for making yourself the better versions of you.

Madhu has written about her own struggle, trials and tribulations as well as pleasurable experiences that have come her way and taught her what it means to feel awe, wonder and afterglow of creative flow.  Currently she is writing her tenth book, the fifth fiction, tentatively titled, Meaning of My Life.

Dr. Wangu is a regular workshop presenter at writing conferences. She was the Featured Author at Beaver County Book Fest in 2017, Inaugural Guest at International Indo-American Literary Festival, 2020. That year she won Pennwriters Meritorious Award.

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You are what your deep, driving desire is. As your desire is, so is your will. As your will is, so is your deed, as your deed is, so is your destiny.
—Bhrihadaranyaka Upanishad IV.4.5