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Mindful : August 2014
▶ August 2014 mindful 45 Very Slow In this more closely focussed variation on the practice at left, be like a cat stalking its prey. Maintain a steady gaze. Inhaling, shift weight to the left foot. Exhaling, slowly advance the right one half step, heel then toes. Grip the floor. Continue. Normal: Urban Meditation right in the middle of your world! At a normal pace, let your arms swing naturally, follow a set path to keep focus, and limit interaction with others. Open your senses. 12 Aimless Wandering Find a field or meadow, prefera- bly not too populated. The point here is to walk without a fixed destination. You may stop from time to time to take in something that catches your eye or ear or nose or skin. 4 Wheelchair If you use a cane, walker, or wheel- chair to get around, simply shift your full at tention to the sensations of movement: the grip of your hands, the movement of your arms, the feeling of being propelled. 5 Normal: Nature Who needs encouragement to walk in nature? We just forget to do it. Same as the urban walk, except the sensory environ- ment is more restorative. Try it barefoot. 3 Walking Practice Variations Stride length for very slow walking meditation