This blog post is about the benefits of walking meditation. I write for all the people including myself who have difficulty to sit down in meditation, lost in thought, stuck in triggered old emotions.
Walking meditation can offer a range of benefits for individuals who are going through difficult times and are looking to develop a new healthy habit. Here are some of the potential benefits:
Reduced stress and anxiety: Walking meditation can help to calm the mind and reduce stress and anxiety, which can be particularly helpful for people going through challenging times.
- Increased mindfulness: Practicing walking meditation can help to develop mindfulness, which involves paying attention to the present moment without judgment. This can be beneficial for people who are struggling with negative thoughts or emotions. Be here now, not lost in thinking back, not in future dreams.
- Improved mood: Walking meditation has been shown to boost mood and increase feelings of well-being, which can be particularly helpful for people experiencing depression or other mood disorders.
- Increased physical activity: Walking meditation involves walking, which can provide a moderate form of physical activity. Regular physical activity has been linked to numerous health benefits, including improved cardiovascular health and a reduced risk of chronic diseases.
- Increased self-awareness: Walking meditation can help individuals become more self-aware and develop a deeper understanding of their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. This can be particularly helpful for people who are going through difficult times and may be struggling with self-doubt or self-criticism.
- Increased confidence: you are doing something for yourself. Walking meditation can help you develop a greater sense of self-awareness and self-acceptance, boost your mood and energy levels, help you achieve goals, and feel more connected to nature. All of these factors can contribute to an increased sense of self-confidence.
Incorporating walking meditation into a daily routine can offer numerous benefits for individuals going through difficult times. It can help to reduce stress, improve mood, increase mindfulness, promote physical activity, and increase self-awareness.
Walking Meditation is a very valuable habit to play with, learn to be present, gain clarity, dare to fearlessly feel what you feel without judging yourself, heal, stop identifying with box-thinking.
And the best: it’s fun!
If your conditioning keeps you from exploring and hold you back that’s perfectly normal. I became a Walking Coach to coach exactly that: how can you do what’s really good for you and the people around you?
I hope these little videos I did long time ago inspire you to give it a go, check it out and keep walking ❤️❤️❤️
Play and enjoy!
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