Itinerant meditation is a form of meditation that many people know very much about. Of course, we all know that it can be peaceful to go hiking and that some people seem to be in a trance state when they walk the streets and parks, but this can be a great way, just your mind and the body.
What is walking meditation?
In its simplest form, a walking meditation routine is one in which a person can move in a meditative state while walking. It is quite different from other meditative states that the person needs to be as inactive as possible to achieve the state of peace and happiness they seek.
How can we achieve this state while out walking?
Most people will find this challenge because they can not find all of these areas, especially in the downtown area, where they can walk in a normal residential street with no car sounds or constant background noise. Do not worry. In fact, this urban soundtrack can really help with meditation.
To meditate, you usually have to close the rest of the world, if you do a normal meditation, these are not too many problems, but if you have the imprudent sound of the life of others about you, it will meditate much more concentration.
You must balance the consciousness of the world around you, with the world within you.
How will this meditation routine help you during the walk?
First, you will do walking exercises. Most of us spend time walking during the day, so it makes sense to use this time in two ways: practicing and meditating. We should not try to make time in our busy schedules to sit in a quiet space and meditate because we can if you want to multitask both.
You can also focus more on things if you have the opportunity to settle the rest of the world by walking. If you can do it with people and cars, and yet have an awareness of your environment, you should not have a problem when it comes to focusing on tasks in your daily life.
So what do we find about meditation? It will take a lot of concentration and attention at first but ultimately it will help us stay fit and give us a way to be aware of our environment without reminding us.
Recall and body; Start with meditation on foot.