But the beauty is in the walking -- we are betrayed by destinations.
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The Practice of Walking

The Practice of Walking

Jul 5, 2018-- When was the last time you connected with nature, paused to take note of your surroundings, or admired a simple sunrise? The hurried way by which we often live our lives can distract us from the beauty of the natural world that surrounds us. Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee and Hilary Hart suggest that the simple practice of walking can help reconnect us to the web of life, and the soul-awakening moments it offers. "Nature is cyclic and rhythmic, and walking - when we are not focused on where we are going - attunes us to this non-linear reality." Read on to learn more about a daily walking practice the authors suggest, and its calming effects on the body and mind (14189 reads)


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