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While You Work: Go On a Walk
Teri Harman
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While You Work: Go On a Walk
While You Work: Go On a Walk
Teri Harman • 14:51

Do you feel the need to find peace and spend time with God in your daily life? All you need to do is practice simple walking meditation. It offers a great opportunity to combine mindful movement with appreciation and gratitude, creating a pathway for spiritual connection.

Pay attention to your surroundings while you walk. Keep your eyes on the sky, the surrounding area, the structures, and the earth itself. Pay attention to the noises around you, including the sounds of your own footsteps. Feel the soothing breeze on your face and take in the aromas that are in the air. Spend as much time as possible in the present.

Concentrate on being grateful while you are in this condition of conscious presence. Think of at least five particular things for which you are thankful today. Let each of these ideas pass through your mind in turn while you celebrate your blessings. Feel the connection between your body, your breath, and the divine inside you as you continue to walk.

Consider your feelings as you inhale deeply and slowly. You may enjoy the wonder of being in touch with the divine and discovering peace in the everyday moments of life by including this straightforward practice of walking meditation into your daily schedule. So put on your shoes, go outdoors, and take a stroll in meditation to heal yourself.


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Hi, I'm Teri. I'm so glad you're here. Let's get started. It's possible to connect to the divine and find peace every day. Simple daily tasks offer the perfect time to create spiritual practices through finding quiet space in the mind and focusing on gratitude. Ready to go for a walk? As you begin to move, take a moment to relax your shoulders and your neck. Soften your jaw. Let your arms swing naturally, hands soft. Move at a comfortable pace. There's no rush. Now, bring your attention to your breath, taking slow breaths in and out of your nose, lips gently closed. Use your breath to bring your mind home to your body and focus on the present, walking and breathing. That's all you need to do right now. Slow, easy inhale and slow, easy exhale. For the next couple of minutes, pay attention to your breath. When your thoughts wander, just gently come back to the rhythm of your inhale and exhale. Walk and breathe. Notice the space around you. Take some time to observe the world around you. Notice the sky, the landscape, the buildings, the ground under your feet. What do you see as you walk? Listen to the sound of your feet and the sounds around you. What do you hear? What do you smell? What does the air feel like on your face? As your body moves and your breath flows, now think of the things you are grateful for. Allow those things to move through your mind, one after another. Find at least five specific things. What are you grateful for today? You are connected to your body and connected to your breath. You are also connected to your spirit. Move your awareness to your spirit, to the divine inside you. Notice the divine light in everything around you, God and nature inside you and all around you. Walk, breathe, and connect to the divine inside and around you. Take a long, slow breath. Notice how you feel. You are amazing. Thank you for spending this spiritual moment with Skylight. Enjoy the rest of your walk.

Watching Now
While You Work: Go On a Walk
While You Work: Go On a Walk
Teri Harman • 14:51

Do you feel the need to find peace and spend time with God in your daily life? All you need to do is practice simple walking meditation. It offers a great opportunity to combine mindful movement with appreciation and gratitude, creating a pathway for spiritual connection.

Pay attention to your surroundings while you walk. Keep your eyes on the sky, the surrounding area, the structures, and the earth itself. Pay attention to the noises around you, including the sounds of your own footsteps. Feel the soothing breeze on your face and take in the aromas that are in the air. Spend as much time as possible in the present.

Concentrate on being grateful while you are in this condition of conscious presence. Think of at least five particular things for which you are thankful today. Let each of these ideas pass through your mind in turn while you celebrate your blessings. Feel the connection between your body, your breath, and the divine inside you as you continue to walk.

Consider your feelings as you inhale deeply and slowly. You may enjoy the wonder of being in touch with the divine and discovering peace in the everyday moments of life by including this straightforward practice of walking meditation into your daily schedule. So put on your shoes, go outdoors, and take a stroll in meditation to heal yourself.


View Transcript
Hi, I'm Teri. I'm so glad you're here. Let's get started. It's possible to connect to the divine and find peace every day. Simple daily tasks offer the perfect time to create spiritual practices through finding quiet space in the mind and focusing on gratitude. Ready to go for a walk? As you begin to move, take a moment to relax your shoulders and your neck. Soften your jaw. Let your arms swing naturally, hands soft. Move at a comfortable pace. There's no rush. Now, bring your attention to your breath, taking slow breaths in and out of your nose, lips gently closed. Use your breath to bring your mind home to your body and focus on the present, walking and breathing. That's all you need to do right now. Slow, easy inhale and slow, easy exhale. For the next couple of minutes, pay attention to your breath. When your thoughts wander, just gently come back to the rhythm of your inhale and exhale. Walk and breathe. Notice the space around you. Take some time to observe the world around you. Notice the sky, the landscape, the buildings, the ground under your feet. What do you see as you walk? Listen to the sound of your feet and the sounds around you. What do you hear? What do you smell? What does the air feel like on your face? As your body moves and your breath flows, now think of the things you are grateful for. Allow those things to move through your mind, one after another. Find at least five specific things. What are you grateful for today? You are connected to your body and connected to your breath. You are also connected to your spirit. Move your awareness to your spirit, to the divine inside you. Notice the divine light in everything around you, God and nature inside you and all around you. Walk, breathe, and connect to the divine inside and around you. Take a long, slow breath. Notice how you feel. You are amazing. Thank you for spending this spiritual moment with Skylight. Enjoy the rest of your walk.


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