Guided Walking Meditation

by Peter Carlson on January 11, 2015

This guided meditation was recorded on January 10, 2015 during a one day mindfulness retreat led by Peter.  During the recording, two alternative walking meditations were described: walking with breath awareness and walking tracking the changing sensations noted in the soles of the feet.  Both were described as ways to cultivate mindfulness of intentionality, that is, the ability to notice the emerging processes as sensation (touch, sound, sight, etc.) is transformed through feeling/perception into “self” organizations as a result of craving/clinging.  This awareness is combined with the ability to cultivate the intention to disregard any emerging “selfing story” through the use of physical sensation as a strategy for interrupting the emerging process of craving/clinging.

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