Walking meditation is practiced within Zen, many different forms of Buddhist traditions like the Theravada tradition, Chan tradition, Daoism, and Taoism The practice typically involves periods of walking in between long periods of sitting meditation. The walking meditation is usually done at a slower than normal and involves either coordinating the steps with the breath, or specific focusing practice. Walking meditation can be practiced in nature, as well as indoors. Whenever the mind starts to wander, the practitioners must try to bring the attention back to walking. Walking meditation establishes a deeper connection between mind and body and offers innumerable health benefits.Read More
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