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Buddhist Walking Meditation: Technique- Beginners (with instructions)

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1-4 step by step Instructions below on how to unlock a secret power hidden within your mind, this track has been designed specifically to aid in the ‘walking meditation’ and ‘awakening of the spiritual being’.

If you want to experience serenity and happiness, Buddhist walking meditation is the path for you. It is achieved by bringing a moment to moment awareness (power of now) into your daily life. The walking meditation provides many benefits, listen to the whole track while performing for maximum benefits.

Benefits of Walking Meditation: * Feeling a sense of serenity and happiness * Achieving a deeply relaxed state * Naturally “letting go of thoughts” (of the past or future) * Experiencing Law of Impermanence – all things rise and pass away, nothing is permanent/forever (called Anicca or Anitya in Sanskrit) * Feeling compassion and loving-kindness for all sentient beings.

Walking Meditation Instruction – General note: Be somewhere you are comfortable. Allow about one hour for the duration of the soundtrack for walking meditation technique.

1. Keep your eyes open and start ‘conscious breathing’ by breathing in through your nose and breathing out through your mouth. Be sure to make the breathing audible.

2. Start walking at your normal pace (you can walk in a circle or you can walk forward and come back). After a while you might naturally walk slowly. NOTE: There is no destination – only the journey.

3. Observe your breathing and allow all thoughts to come about. You might notice how your mind takes you to the past (by remembering something from the past or by trying to re-write ‘history’) or takes to the future (planning something in the future, imagining, or day dreaming). It is important that you do not try to get rid of your thoughts. Letting go is a natural process that occurs by simply bringing awareness to your breathing, and thus into the present moment. You might experience both thoughts and your breathing, and so you are in the present and observing your mind at work.

4. After you finish your walking meditation you can stay still or even sit down somewhere comfortable and close your eyes. As you feel deeply relaxed, conclude your meditation by allowing the loving-kindness from the depths of your heart to fill your body; first downwards and then upwards to the top of your head, then breath calmly in – and then out, and open your eyes.

As you continue doing walking meditation daily, you will achieve serenity and happiness by bringing yourself to the present moment (power of now). By using loving-kindness mantra (Metta), you will start cultivating compassion towards all sentient beings. The 5 step processes will make a profound difference in your life.

Listen to this track as much or as little as you feel comfortable, either sitting or lying in a settled position. We always recommend using headphones for optimal results, however this is not essential.

Please note: ALWAYS consult your GP first before trying to cure any medical problems (including depression, anxiety, sleep disorders, phobias or any other cognitive – or physically related illnesses) with an alternative.

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