Mindful Mondays: Walking Practice

Walking Practice from Spiritual Ecology: 10 Practices, by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee and Hilary Hart

“Find a park or path through a quiet woods if you can. Let the rhythm of your steps sooth your mind and create a space for listening. Feel how your feet connect with the earth, how the air moves through your lungs. Follow your attention as it is drawn inward and outward both — to the inner movements of your body and to the feeling of warmth or cold, the sight of birds, the sound of a distant plane. Let your thoughts and impressions move through and out, as part of the natural rhythm of walking. Just as we come back to the breath in silent meditation, return your attention to your feet and their meeting and letting go of the ground.”

Tonight! Our next Thrive: Eco Grief and Anxiety Circle is from 6-7pm PST. We’d love for you to join this community. Find the link in our bio.  Questions? Contact Brittany at brittanynecmail@gmail.com

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