Do you practice the popular Vipassana Walking Meditation? Check out this video to see what it offers to complement your practice, or any meditation practice. It's not so hard to find a peaceful meditative state when you're Sitting or Standing in stillness, but can you carry this with you when you are walking through life. Here are some next steps to take to cultivate that practice...
After Standing Meditation Qigong, the next step on the path of becoming an initiate into the tradition of Qigong, is re-learning how to walk. Since the aim of Taoist initiation is to return to the origin of things and to find our primordial awareness, a secure base must first be achieved in our Standing posture; then, in order to further cultivate the Qi, we need to find stillness in our steps. This tradition of Walking Meditation is an adaptation from Yi Chuan Qigong which was transmitted to Michael from his Sifu Master Fong Ha and his teacher Han XingYuan. More about Michael's adaptation of the tradition and his integration of it with cross-cultural spiritual traditionscan be found in his book, Secrets to Living Younger Longer: The Self-healing Path ofQigong, Standing Meditation and Tai Chi. www.bodymindhealing.com.
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