Here’s a simple set of instructions for one form of walking meditation. There are many variations. This one relies on a pace that is close to how we might walk in everyday life, and in fact it can be adapted for walking in the street—just as long as you remember to pay attention to street lights, other people, and not looking like a zombie.
This classic loving-kindness meditation can help you to awaken to how connected we all are. You don’t have to like everybody, or agree with everything they do—but you can open up to the possibility of caring for them, because our lives are inextricably linked. Read More
- Sharon Salzberg
- August 7, 2020
Law professor and author Rhonda Magee offers a 9-minute guided meditation to remain grounded as reactivity arises. Read More
- Rhonda Magee
- July 31, 2020
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