7 Days of Mindful Walking

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Combine walking with mindfulness for increased benefits.

‘Mindfulness’ has become a very familiar term recently, with many books written on the subject as well as magazine articles abundant in most health related publications. The concept has ben around for a long time used by those of religious orders in  their meditation and inspired mainly by teachings from the Eastern World, particularly from Buddhist traditions.

What this has done though is to bring ‘mindfulness’ to the attention of many and as there are so many benefits to be gotten from it, this can only be a good thing.

 

“Mindfulness practice means that we commit fully in each moment to be present; inviting ourselves to interface with this moment in full awareness, with the intention to embody as best we can an orientation of calmness, mindfulness, and equanimity right here and right now.”

– Jon Kabat-Zinn

 

For me, walking is the time I take solely for me and often it’s my meditation. Now, purposefuly bringing mindfulness to this practice, what I used to notice naturally is even further enhanced.

I would say that people who walk regularly are already mindful but being conscious of it, takes it to another level.

How would you like to have some of that in your day?

 

“The only thing that is ultimately real about your journey is the step that you are taking at this moment. That’s all there ever is.”

– Eckhart Tolle

 

How will this work for you?

Like walking, mindful walking can also happen from your front door; it can take place walking along the street, in the local park, by the river, in a forest and even in your workplace or office. Be creative, just find somewhere to integrate it into your everyday life. For this challenge you only need 15-20 minutes a day, though you can do as much as you want.

There are 7 days and you get a short video every day. The first is an overview, then days 2-6 go through a sense, a day at a time and on day 7, we pull it all together, talking about how you can continue to keep this in your life.

There is a private facebook group, only accessible for people on the this challenge, so only members can see comments. This is a place to share your insights, your photos and your questions and I will be in there as much as possible to answer, support and to celebrate with you.

You will experience new perspectives and much more through this.

What could it do for you?

Mindfulness is a way of being, a way of living in the moment and a way of improving the life and balance you have.Below are some of the benefits you are likely to experience.
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In touch with nature

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Higher levels of energy

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In flow

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Rested through sleeping better

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More connected to life

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Healthier

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More confident

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Calm and relaxed

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Increased enthusiasm for life

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Ready to take on the world

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Less stressed

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Happier

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Living in the moment

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Greater compassion for yourself and others

Since giving mindful walking a go, I’m so much more grounded and in flow which  benefits my every day and how I conduct it. Give yourself this gift and come join me and lots of other wonderful women on these & Days of Mindful Walking .

You can be anywhere in the world to take part in this free event, yet you can share it with many other women just like you. Come try it out and enjoy the fun.

What other women are saying

“Doing Heather’s 7 Days to mindful walking has been a great and rewarding experience. The great thing is that you can do this walk on your own any where in the world! The emails and short fun videos simply helped me create the focus I needed on my short walks. I now understand what creating space is all about. Thank you Heather for this amazing gift!”

Maggie Sarfo, Reading. 

Mindfulness is a great concept to use when walking, your senses come alive and you begin to notice your surroundings in a completely new way.  It reminds you to take nothing for granted and creates an awareness of the small and beautiful things we often miss.
Nicola Slade, London
When on the Camino and on our monthly walks, we would take 5 to 10 minutes at a time to be mindful with one of our senses. It’s a great way to connect to what is happening in the actual moment within ourselves and to focus on the natural environment around us, such as the colours and shapes of flowers and the sound of the wind in the trees.
ROSALIND HALLIFAX, LONDON

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Your journey starts now.

How would you like to proceed?

Step

Prefer to start small? Take a couple of minutes now to join our Walking Program.

Stroll

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Stride

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