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What is Moving Meditation?

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What is Moving Meditation?

What is moving Meditation? In this video I talk about how to release tension and nervous energy using walking, running, and other forms of moving meditation.Sometimes relaxation techniques such as breath meditation that involve lying down or sitting still are not enough to release the muscle tension and nervous energy that comes along with stress. That is when you need to use moving meditation and other forms of physical activity to release these stress by-products in healthy ways. Enjoy the video? Leave your comments and questions below....

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You Too Can Meditate, Even if You Can’t Sit Still for 20 Minutes

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You Too Can Meditate, Even if You Can’t Sit Still for 20 Minutes

Want to meditate but can’t sit still??? Many people tell me that they’d love to learn how to meditate but they can’t sit still long enough to learn. The thought of sitting quietly in the same place for 10, 20, or 30 minutes stresses them out just thinking about it. They’d rather walk, run, bike, or swim to deal with their stress and nervous energy. If that sounds like you then fitness walking meditation is right up your alley. Fitness Walking and running meditation are forms of moving meditation that use your body movements and breathing as the focal points of your...

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Discover the Secrets of Moving Meditation

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Discover the Secrets of Moving Meditation

Meditation is about paying attention, on purpose, in the present moment. While most people associate meditation with sitting in a lotus position on the floor for 20-30 minutes you can actually meditate by making a few simple adjustments to your walking or running workouts. You can convert walking and running into moving meditations if you change your focus. Walking and running meditation are forms of moving meditation that use your body movements and breathing as the focal points of your attention. When you get distracted during your walking or running you merely note the distraction...

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How to Convert Your Walking and Running into Meditations

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How to Convert Your Walking and Running into Meditations

You take your health seriously. You walk or run almost every day and know the benefits of regular exercise. You try to eat healthy and do many other things to promote your health and wellness yet you  still feel stressed. You’re interested in meditation and have been meaning to try it for years but you just can’t seem to get started. Wouldn’t it be great if you could combine your walking and running with meditation? Wouldn’t it be great if you could get a meditative experience as you walk or run? Well, the good news is that you can. Walking and running meditation are...

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Walking and Running Meditation

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Walking and Running Meditation

Walking and running meditation are forms of moving meditation that use the movements that accompany any repetitive continuous physical activity as the focal point. Unlike traditional meditation, which is practiced while sitting quietly, moving meditation can be done as you get your daily dose of physical activity and exercise.   Any continuous, repetitive, physical activity can be converted into a moving meditation . Walking, running, swimming, bicycling, and cross-country skiing are examples of repetitive, continuous physical activity that typically is sustained for at least twenty minutes...

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