The Daily Constitutional
Mindful walking is a wonderful and powerful way of practicing present-moment awareness, of reducing stress, and of achieving greater clarity of the mind. While we can practice mindful walking at any time -- including the interstitial moments between classes, and while walking to and from the parking lot, lunch, and the library, setting aside time to learn and practice this ancient and powerful practice can be especially beneficial.
Where: The Tent
Mindful walking is about paying attention to the action of walking, noticing your body and your surroundings. We become aware of the muscles of our body, especially in the legs and feet; how we place our feet on the ground, and how we keep our balance. In this way, we cultivate a deeper connection to the present moment.
Video: A 30-Second Glimpse