Kontemplation
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Mindful walking Print

The path upwards always takes us through the depths of egocentricity.
The path is a series of steps. Paying complete attention to each step, without thinking or knowing where it will take us, is the path to unity.
In mindful walking, a distinction is made between two speeds:
 

Fast walking  

 

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Slow walking 

 

Maintain contact with the ground.


Feel the soles of your feet.
 

Shift your weight onto one leg, one foot, taking note of the change in pressure.
 

Stretch the lower back, while at the same time relaxing.


Straighten the knee when the rear foot loses contact with the ground.
 

Take about two seconds before placing the heel – pointing forwards – softly on the ground.
 

Softly roll the foot forwards, beginning with the heel and slowly shifting your weight via the arch and the outside foot.
 

The front of the foot slowly comes down, the knee moves forward.
 

Now become aware of your weight being taken up by the ball of your foot.
Relax the toes.
 

Feel the rear foot stretching, getting ready to move up.
 

On each step, straighten the body gracefully.
 

For a short moment the foot “flies”.
 

Pay complete attention to the foot moving forwards.
 

Let the heel come down.
 

Put a little weight on the foot.
 

Softly roll the foot forwards.


Slowly lift up the rear foot.
 

Just let it happen, consciously registering each and every step.
 

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I am this step 

It is not me taking it

I feel myself as a step 
 

 

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