Likitha Jap Writing Meditation on the Mantra Aum Sarvanabhava. The mantra in the above digital art is Aum Sarvanabhava, written in Tamil 36 times. I used black ink on handmade paper, took a photo of my Likitha Jap Writing Meditation, and then applied digital effects to the photo of the art. I surrounded the mantra Aum Sarvanabhava, written 36 times in Tamil, with line art patterns, drawing inspiration from Kachipuram sari weaving patterns. Artist: Neelam Sundaram
Likitha Jap Writing Meditation 12: Write the Mantra Aum Sarvanabhava to Create Beautiful Masculine Within
Likitha Jap is the writing of a mantra a specific number of times in contemplative medtiation. For this writing exercise, write the mantra Aum Sarvanabhava 12 times a day for four days. You may choose to write the mantra in English, Tamil or any language of your choice. You may rely on the Likitha Jap art above to write the mantra Aum Sarvanabhava in Tamil. Or, you can print the Likitha Jap art above and trace the Tamil letters using Japanese rice paper or another light weight paper.
Here are the golden thoughts you generate when you write with the mantra Aum Sarvanabhava in Likitha Jap Writing Meditation:
Aum – Cosmic sounds of creation of the beautiful masculine;
Sa – Cosmic sounds to attract the beautiful masculine to your side;
Ra – Cosmic sounds to attract wealth and prosperity into your life;
Va – Cosmic sounds to resolve diseases, debts and physical discomforts;
Na – Cosmic sounds to overcome problems related to the dominance of dark masculine;
Bha – Cosmic sounds to attract beautiful masculine consciousness with love and devotion;
Va – Cosmic sounds to dissolve stagnating influences from dominance of dark masculine
May these Golden Thoughts illuminate you and all those around you today. May you, deep from within, discover the fruits of your daily spiritual investment, your daily sadhana.
You are the Beautiful Masculine, my Valiant Sacred Daughters and Sons, you are the Golden Ones.
I am Neelam,
Time Required for Liktha Jap Writing Meditation
20 minutes per day for four days in a row
4 Steps of Likitha Jap Writing Meditation
1. Make a four day commitment to yourself.
2. Choose a time of day and location of your home where you will write for 20 minutes a day.
3. You can write the mantra with a pen on paper or you can pretend to write using your finger or you can paint using Japanese brush pens or you can use any medium that inspires you.
4. You can play meditation music of the mantra Aum Sarvanabhava or write the mantra in sacred silence.
Begin with an empowering declaration "I free myself to express myself today" or "I love myself and I give myself this protected time to let my beautiful masculine emerge"
Express yourself freely without holding back as you write the mantra, draw or doodle as well if it helps you.
Feel free to pause when you need rest and breathe in and out deeply, consciously.
Free yourself from self-judgments, self-criticism, and the nit picky rules of writing letters correctly.