Expand Your Self-Awareness With Likitha Japam Writing Mediation for the Soul Journal Series
Om Sri Rama Jayam
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Om Sri Sitayai Namah
Om Sri Vishnave Namah
Om Sri Mahalakshmi Namah
Writing meditation known as Likitha Japam is an Ancient Vedic Technique based on Yogic Science. Writing Meditation for the Soul Journals each contain several unique features only found in Ashta Chaitanya Journals.
Powerful Mantra unique to each journal
Writing meditation instructions
Mantra tracing pages
Blank pages for your hand-written writing meditation
A meditative colouring page to further solidify your experience
Personal quote by Ashta-deb
Likitha Japam is especially helpful when your mind feels cluttered and overwhelmed. It is a great way to destress, refocus and ground yourself.
Repetitive writing of the mantra fosters a deep connection between the conscious and subconscious layers of your mind. This creates a balance between your negative and positive aspects.
The benefit of slow steady uninterrupted writing nurtures clarity of mind and unity of thoughts. A sense of intuitive knowingness prevails giving rise to overall wellness.
Writing meditation for the Soul can be done anywhere and at any time of the day.
Writing meditation journals are a great gift idea.
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Inhale and Exhale deeply. Release all expectations as you center yourself puting the focus on your breath. Ask "what is my motive for writing meditation?" be aware of your motive.
As you inhale and exhale, visualize your motive leaving, being set aside.
With a pen, carefully and slowly trace the mantra letters in the first few pages. Feel the enrichment of the mantra. After tracing, continue to write the mantra on the following blank pages.
Write the mantra 9, 18 27, 54, 108 or 1008 times daily or as time permits.
Fun Fact: In ancient times a completed meditation journal was donated to the temple. The temples saved the books for many years and use it for temple expansions. The books were used in the building of the temple’s foundation. It is believed that the books emit divine energy for the temple.