Likhita Japa: Sacred Writing as Devotional Practice

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Likhita Japa: Sacred Writing as Devotional Practice

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Lakhita Japa is a sacred practice—devotional writing for the soul, where the written word repeats like a mantra.  In, Mantras: Words of Power, Swami Radha explains Likhita Japa as the written version of a repeating mantra “the mantra is written down in lines like sentences, or in shapes and forms…in any design that will help to reinforce your devotions…this repetitive writing brings peace, poise and strength within.”

You may use Likhita Japa with a personal mantra you have received from your teacher; the numerous open mantras like Gayatri and Mahamrityunjaya, a sankalpa (personal resolve) and your dharma code (your soul’s purpose).

A 40 Day practice: This workbook provides 40 different symbols and mandalas for a sacred 40 day practice.

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