When we reflect on what it means to be a mindful writer, many different images come to mind. Some of us think that we must be life time yogis to become a mindful writer. But this is not the case at all.
Other writers believe that the mindful writer is just an idealistic prayer in a sea of loud beeping sounds. How can you possibly be mindful when there are so many distractions and uncertainties around the writer at any given time?
Still other writers believe that to be a mindful they must be a practising Zen Buddhist. Again, this is not true in the least. Most mindful writers only mediate occasionally, if that often. Others try to meditate once a day for 5 to 10 minutes. Now that is hardly being a Zen Buddhist, is it now?
So, what precisely is a mindful writer? Well, I will examine how to develop this very practice in this e-book.
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About the Author
Irene S. Roth, MA is an academic and freelance writer. She writes academically, for teens and tweens and adults. When she isn't writing, she is teaching. She is also pursuing a Master's of Social Work Degree.