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About Mindful Writing

What Is Writing Meditation Method?

Writing Meditation Method (WMM) is a mindfulness practice that teaches how to access our creative and spiritual Self. It combines the practices of guided and silent meditations, walking in wilderness, journaling, writing and reading. The daily practice of WMM results in the feelings of joy, contentment and tranquility, and refining the work we daily engage in.

Why Should I Meditate?

Meditation teaches one pointed attention and self-awareness. These mental qualities release healthy hormones and neurotransmitters in the brain. They help lower stress, increase flow of movement and strengthen memory. We sleep better and live longer. With the increase in focus our productivity increases. 

Who Is a Mindful Writer?

A Mindful Writer is someone who practices Writing Meditation Method (WMM). The one who daily practices meditation, journaling, walking, reading and writing.

A Mindful Writer tries to inculcate the following Twin Six Skills:

  • Awareness of the Present Moment and Trusting the Body Sensations
  • Simplicity and Truthfulness
  • Determination and Fearlessness
  • Patience and Persistence
  • Generosity and Gratitude
  • Moderation and Contentment

To further refine the life’s journey a Mindful Writer is attentive to these Four Fine Feelings:

  • Awe and Inspiration that stir Imagination
  • Mystery of Nature that stirs Wonder
  • Tenderness that emerges from Compassion
  • Inner joy that is the source of Contentment

 

When and Where Should I Practice WMM?

For the optimum result practice daily every morning or at the time convenient to you.

Look for an area in your home that feels safe and secure. Select this space to practice. On a shelf or a table, place small items that are meaningful to you such as an image, a photo, a souvenir. This will become your Spiritual Power Spot where you can practice WMM.

You may join me every day to practice online at our Facebook group.

Meditations for Mindful Writers III: Generosity, Gratitude, Self-Compassion, Trust

Meditations for Mindful Writers II

Meditations for Mindful Writers II: Sensations, Feelings, Thoughts

Meditations for Mindful Writers

Meditations for Mindful Writers: Body, Heart, Mind