Are there times when you wish you could tune into inner guidance to help with a concern in your life? Or maybe you’re feeling grouchy or gloomy and you want something to help you switch your mood? You can always reach out to me for a reading when you’re having those days, but you can also calm your mind, boost your mood, and get guidance through meditation.
Hey, I heard that groan!
If you have it in your mind that meditation is boring and difficult to do, I hope today’s video will change your mind. There are many ways to meditate, and they don’t all involve sitting in silence. I have many fabulous guided meditations on my website, but if you’d prefer something more movement-oriented, a walking meditation might be a great option for you.
Today I’m taking you through the beautiful streets of my current hometown of Guanajuato, Mexico for a walking meditation. I’ll give you tips to make the most of your walking meditation, and then you can venture out in your neck of the woods to give it a shot.
If you have a concern or area of your life that you would like guidance into, make a note of it before you watch the video. Then, watch and enjoy!
Some additional tips for your walking meditation:
Make a note about your concern or what you would like guidance about before you begin. Then set the concern aside and don’t worry about it or try to get guidance while you’re enjoying your walk.
Go alone and turn your cell phone off so you can fully enjoy the experience.
Notice the colors, textures, sounds, and people around you. Become fully aware and present.
At the end of your walk, read your concern again and make note of any new thoughts or guidance you have.
What if you aren’t able to walk?
If you have physical difficulties that keep you from doing a walking meditation or the weather is horrendous outside, you can do a virtual walking meditation! You can re-watch the video I’ve created of my walk through Guanajuato, or you can look online for video tours of different places you’d like to visit. I found great videos for Paris and the Rocky Mountains. The creator of those videos has many more on his YouTube page.
I hope this post has inspired you to try a walking meditation. It’s a great way to calm your mind, shift your mood, and get guidance.
Sending lots of love from Meheeco!