Meditation Walks

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With the world slowly opening, you may still feel hesitation going to the gym even if your gym is now reopened. Meditation WalksThat is okay, as there are still many ways to exercise without going to a gym. One of which is called meditation walks, an aerobic activity that allows you to exercise both your body and your mind at the same time.

The current world we live in can be stressful, which is why it is beneficial more than ever to try to relax your body and mind. Meditation walks can do just that, by helping you feel more grounded, balanced, and serene. It is a mindful practice originating from Buddhism that helps you develop a different awareness of your surroundings, body, and thought. It is not easy to just become mindful; you will need some practice first. You also want to have the right environment or surroundings to begin your meditation journey. You ideally want to practice this exercise in nature and not a busy city street. Places like a park or garden can enhance your overall meditative state and alleviate any depression you might have.

Now that you know exactly what meditation walks do, the next question is how do I perform such a walk? The answer is simple, during your walk you must try and be mindful. Whether you are walking in a circle or back and forth in a line, you must focus on your surroundings and breathing. Meditation walks are usually done in conjunction with seated meditations. You do not just start being mindful when you go for a walk. It is important that you sit and take deep breaths to relax yourself before going out for a meditation walk. Doing these two together, you will be able to boost blood flow and reduce anxiety. As you do these sitting meditations followed by mindful walks, you will start to appreciate going on walks more and your walks will become more enjoyable.

Meditation walks help connect people to exercise in a different and more mindful way. Doing this type of walk can provide a whole host of benefits to your body and mind.

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Article written by William Graves.