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Level 1
10 min

Mini Class: Meditation in Motion

Meditation | By David Harshada Wagner on Aug 20 2012
This short tutorial addresses the topic of bringing meditative awareness to common activities.

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This short tutorial addresses the topic of bringing meditative awareness to common activities.

Comments

  • Leona D'vaz     Jul 1st, 2013
    Thank you, really useful information. I especially like the clarification to people's questions of 'doing activities' that seem like meditation. I used to think swimming was my meditation, now I am learning to sit and be still. It's such a change!
  • Emma West     Mar 5th, 2013
    Thank you for the thoughts about sitting as opposed to lying meditation. I've always been one of those people who felt more comfortable lying down but your thoughts about the transferability of sitting meditation really struck a chord with me. I'm going to do more sitting meditation from now on. Thank you, namaste.
    • D. Harshada Wagner     Apr 1st, 2013
      great- and feel free to sit on a couch or comfy chair
  • Kymm Loch     Nov 5th, 2012
    Like the idea of walking meditation. Thank you!
  • Lisa Koester     Aug 20th, 2012
    What about too much random thinking during meditation? Arg! I hate that! What is the best way to avoid that?
    Love the idea of walking meditation
    • Ian Griesbacher     Sep 3rd, 2012
      Try not be discouraged! For some it takes a large effort to steady the mind but little effort to do asanas and there are those who can steady the mind easily but require a vigilant approach toward asanas.
      Personally, I've found that mentally reciting a mantra helps me settle my mind if I find my thoughts running too rampant to focus. Hope that helps!
      Keep at it and good things will come! Love and light!
  • Lorna Booker     Aug 20th, 2012
    Thank you,a useful reminder.