Walking Meditation – From Zen Buddhism (Kinhin)
In Zen Buddhism, walking meditation is called kinhin. In this type of meditation, you walk with a slow and steady rhythm, placing one foot slowly in front of the other, usually walking in a small circle. You focus your mind on the movement of your body as you deliberately place each foot down on the ground. Feel the pressure as it shifts from the back to the front of your foot. Clear your mind of the days events, and simply focus on walking in a rhythmic, slow pattern. This type of meditation will slow your thoughts and brain wave patterns until you feel very relaxed and centered. It is also a wonderful way to exercise during the harsh winter months because it can be done inside. Try a walking meditation when you are too restless for a sitting meditation, when you feel anxious, stressed, or if you have a tendency to fall asleep while trying to meditate.
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