We have been walking and walking ever since we took the first stumbling step, holding the finger of our parents. 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. With this technique, a simple earthly walk can be changed into an extraordinary divine play. This is an art in itself.
Walking Meditation involves watching step after step, being aware of the movement of the body.
Walking Meditation involves watching step after step, being aware of the movement of the body as the arms move back and forth, jiggle in the thighs and buns, the gentleness and the grace of the human body. Being witness to this flow, this magical dance of the body movement leads to an openness that comes from within.
The master has taught us this fascinating way of walking and unlearning the unconscious way we walk. This technique brings forth the beauty of wakefulness in the movement that we would always be doing, that is, walking.
Isn’t it surprising that we walk and yet do not know how to? So learn this technique of real walking.