Walking meditation has origins in many religious disciplines and can be used as part of mindfulness practice. They are many benefits of walking meditation to help you to feel grounded, balanced, and serene. It also helps you to develop a different awareness of your surroundings, your body, and your thoughts.
Tai Chi walking meditation is a form of movement that integrates the principles of an ancient discipline that has been practiced in China for centuries. Tai Chi is a mind, body & spirit practice that helps improve physical balance and mental calmness. This form of exercise can be practiced anywhere by yourself or with a group.
Tai Chi walking meditation when practiced regularly (preferably daily) will strengthen your legs, improve your balance, and helps relieve stress. One should start and finish this practice with standing meditation.
Practice Tai Chi walking meditation silently, with your tongue placed at the roof of your mouth, and breathe slowly and deeply in coordination with the movements.
I offer this art of "Chi" Meditation - which consists of principles and techniques of Tai Chi, Chi Kung (Qigong), & Meditation. I believe it can help you find the serenity, joy, freedom, and power that you possess as an essential part of this universe.
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- Sifu – Gary Tong