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Those of you who have read my posts for the past few years know I am big on walking meditation, it essentially changed my practice, and my life. I’m interested in learning all I can regarding how(and if) walking meditation is taught across tradition. So regardless of what tradition/sect you hail from, if you do walking meditation I’d love to find out more about that.
Eventually if specific teachers/tradition names are mentioned I’d like to speak to them directly about the methods taught.
So in the post below if you’d be so kind to answer some of these basic questions it would be appreciated. Please be as specific as you feel appropriate.
Buddhist Tradition/Sect :
Sub-tradition/country/ sect(if any) :
Specific to teacher? please name :
Goal of walking meditation as taught :
Focus during walking meditation(feet/breath, etc, ) :
Speed (very slowly, normal walking pace, etc) :
Recommended Path Length :
In relation to other postures (i/e is it used as an equal partner to other postures and a serious practice or just a way of stretching for when your feet fall asleep etc) :
Any relevant websites/books/youtube videos you can give to me that explains the process or anything you’d like to add that I may of missed: