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Focus on your breathing. To reduce the effects of stress, favoring one short breath and breath, but drill three deep slow breaths inhaling through the nose and out through your mouth. Take time to focus on your breathing, it will be the way to begin to separate from the routine and pressures. As you walk and breathe slowly and deeply, will leave behind your worries.
Connect with your environment. Pay attention to the environment in which to develop his walk. For this, take a few minutes and listen to the sounds around them. Feel the wind, the fog, cold or light rays hitting on her face. Look at the sky, trees, buildings, birds and people walking around. Keep doing deep breaths and start to feel like an integral part of the environment in which it is. That connection between the exterior and interior serve to relax.
Pay attention to your body. Feel your body and try to place anywhere you can feel tension. Neck, shoulders, the torso, back, legs. Try to breathe deeply and feel that these areas become more sensitive. Look at your posture. Walk in a way that is comfortable, but no loose. Ideally, your body gets to combine relaxation and integrity. Find a steady pace and rhythmic, but “run”. Not in a hurry…is meditating.
Take your time and live your experience. No minimum or maximum measurement time for this meditation. The ideal would be to do less than 10 the 15 minutes. As is underway, visualize the movements of their muscles, how to contract and relax, how to feel the breeze brushing against your face. Let your mind be as open as possible, stay tuned to all that experience, from the bottom to the smallest detail and how all that stress factors begin to follow long, as if from inside and stay away.
Reflection on return. When you go home, take a moment to reflect on their experience. So give closure to your walk you achieve the necessary transition between worlds separate but usually live as part of your being and you joined through meditation: body and mind.