The first thing any meditation text will tell you is to locate a silent place with little or no distractions. In a perfect world, these silent areas would exist for everyone. But, in many people’s lives, distractions are the rule instead of the exception.
Former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Williams said he draws daily inspiration from meditation and reciting the ‘Jesus Prayer’….Oh Buddha! Ex-archbishop Rowan reveals he meditates for 40 minutes every day to help clear his mind for prayers
Quiet helps most people relax and meditate, so you may need a silent, isolated area far from the ringing of the telephone or the humming of the washing machine. Pleasant scents additionally help in that aspect, so stocking up on aromatic candles isn’t such a bad idea either.
Quite a few posts I didn’t have time to review and post up covering walking meditation
- WALKING MEDITATION | Real Thriving – By Dr. Lynn Johnson
- Body Image Booster: Walking Meditation | Weightless
- Walking Meditation: 5 Keys | One Mind One Breath
- Walking Meditation | The Responsive Universe
- Definition of Stress – www.worksafe.vic.gov.au