Conscious Walking is a dynamic walking meditation technique given to us by Mohanji. The philosophy behind Conscious Walking is linked heavily to ancient Vedic and Buddhist principles and practices. It works on multiple levels, bringing you to present moment awareness.
When CW is performed with full awareness, it is both a good form of exercise AND also a way to train the mind to remain in the present moment, in the NOW. “Most of us live in the future, which causes negligence of the present and anxiety over the future. Conscious Walking signifies being in the present and being in your own aura field. There is no energy loss. When energy circulates within your own aura field, most of the acquired blockages are dissolved.
Benefits of Conscious Walking include:
- – Good for health, metabolism, digestion, circulation and Life,
- – Helps self-control,
- – Reduces anxieties, anger, insecurities and fears,
- – Increases concentration,
- – Increases togetherness and oneness.
Mohanji says 30 minutes of Conscious Walking can be as effective as 3 hours of sitting meditation. Furthermore, some people may find this easier and more natural than sitting meditation. When they sit they may feel bored, tense, or be easily distracted. The mind does not settle. Walking meditation can thus help to develop clarity and strength of mind, and a concentration that can carry over into other less active meditation postures.Many globally have been practising Conscious Walking out in nature, in community parks, gardens, school gardens and forests. Interested Groups around the world who would like to learn, practise and spread Conscious Walking may kindly write to firstname.lastname@example.org.