Vipassana Meditation is a way of self-transformation through self-observation. It focuses on the deep interconnection between the mind and the body, which can be experienced directly by disciplined attention to the physical sensations that form the life of the body. Through this practice, the life of the mind is conditioned.
There are different ways of walking like walking fast to catch the bus, walking in a jiffy, in anger while thumping the floor, walking tip-toed and walking gently with our loved ones. But there is yet another way of walking and this is called Walking Meditation in which you are in a state of meditativeness.
We believe and we know that God is here, right here, right now, in you, in all of us. This very body is a divine temple. Revere it, worship it, love it. It is the shrine of God. Scriptures and holy men have always talked about dissolving any I-ness, and My-ness with the body. We are told that our body is a bag of filth and that we are not body –so we hate it. This is wrong.
Our mind is always occupied with the incessant flow of thoughts. It is always in a state of disturbance, and has a habitual tendency for distraction. This leaves us feeling so much fragmented that we find ourselves scattered in all directions.