Slow Down. Reduce the Noise.
Walk your Life into a natural Flow.
Slow Down. Reduce the Noise.
Walk your Life into a natural Flow.
How can walking align you more with the 
present moment? 
can you radiate more peace and joy, by doing absolutely nothing more than simply walking? 
Slow Down. Reduce the Noise.
Walk your Life into a natural Flow.
How Can Walking Align You More With The 
Present Moment? 

Can You Radiate More Peace And Joy, By Doing Absolutely Nothing More Than Simply Walking? 
Thich Nhat Hanh -Mindful Walking
Do you want to walk your life into more peaceful, more free and more solid existence? 
Our mind has a habit of running. Running to the future, or running to the past. By slowing down, into your natural rhythm of the present moment through walking, we can enjoy more every step we take. 
Do You Want To Walk Your Life Into More Peaceful, More Free And More Solid Existence? 
Our mind has a habit of running. Running to the future, or running to the past. By slowing down, into your natural rhythm of the present moment through walking, we can enjoy more every step we take. 
WALKING REDUCES STRESS AND MAKES YOU HAPPIER
Walking has been found to affect symptoms of depression as effectively as medication. Researchers at Duke University found that "a brisk 30-minute walk or jog around the track three times a week may be just as effective in relieving the symptoms of major depression as the standard treatment of anti-depressant medications." People who walk are less stressed, as the act of moving around pushes the stress hormone cortisol through the body, stemming the flow of worries.
WALKING BUILDS RELATIONSHIPS
Walking enables you to interact with neighbors and your neighborhood and creates a sense of belonging. A long walk is a perfect way to spend time together, leaving personal devices behind, enjoying quality conversations and not being distracted by meaningless entertainment and noise. It is easy to make new friends and you will often find yourself walking with a new and interesting person, or renewing relationships with old friends. Walkers have in common the joy of walking and a willingness to discover new places, form an instant community, and meet new friends of every age. Walking is a wonderful strategy for couples to decompress from the stresses of the workday, connect, as well as plan upcoming adventures. "Walking is a reflection of how we feel about the environment in which we live." Christopher Hume
WALKING REDUCES STRESS AND MAKES YOU HAPPIER
Walking has been found to affect symptoms of depression as effectively as medication. Researchers at Duke University found that "a brisk 30-minute walk or jog around the track three times a week may be just as effective in relieving the symptoms of major depression as the standard treatment of anti-depressant medications." People who walk are less stressed, as the act of moving around pushes the stress hormone cortisol through the body, stemming the flow of worries.
WALKING BUILDS RELATIONSHIPS
Walking enables you to interact with neighbors and your neighborhood and creates a sense of belonging. A long walk is a perfect way to spend time together, leaving personal devices behind, enjoying quality conversations and not being distracted by meaningless entertainment and noise. It is easy to make new friends and you will often find yourself walking with a new and interesting person, or renewing relationships with old friends. Walkers have in common the joy of walking and a willingness to discover new places, form an instant community, and meet new friends of every age. Walking is a wonderful strategy for couples to decompress from the stresses of the workday, connect, as well as plan upcoming adventures. "Walking is a reflection of how we feel about the environment in which we live." Christopher Hume
WALKING REDUCES STRESS AND MAKES YOU HAPPIER
Walking has been found to affect symptoms of depression as effectively as medication. Researchers at Duke University found that "a brisk 30-minute walk or jog around the track three times a week may be just as effective in relieving the symptoms of major depression as the standard treatment of anti-depressant medications." People who walk are less stressed, as the act of moving around pushes the stress hormone cortisol through the body, stemming the flow of worries.
WALKING BUILDS RELATIONSHIPS
Walking enables you to interact with neighbors and your neighborhood and creates a sense of belonging. A long walk is a perfect way to spend time together, leaving personal devices behind, enjoying quality conversations and not being distracted by meaningless entertainment and noise. It is easy to make new friends and you will often find yourself walking with a new and interesting person, or renewing relationships with old friends. Walkers have in common the joy of walking and a willingness to discover new places, form an instant community, and meet new friends of every age. Walking is a wonderful strategy for couples to decompress from the stresses of the workday, connect, as well as plan upcoming adventures. "Walking is a reflection of how we feel about the environment in which we live." Christopher Hume
WALKING CLEARS YOUR MIND, IMPROVES CONCENTRATION AND INDUCES CREATIVITY
Getting outside for a walk will clear your mind and rest it. This is especially true for walking in parks, near water, in nature, as compared to busy streets and urban walks. Regardless of location, wandering allows for reflection and relaxation. A study from the University of East Anglia found that people who walk to work reported better concentration upon arrival at their jobs. UK Department of Transport survey discovered that 9 out of 10 teachers said their students are much more ready to learn if they’ve walked to school. By slowing down and reducing the noise in the brain, your mind will be open for creativity. Reader’s Digest reports: “A recent study published in Frontiers in Neuroscience found that walking improved both convergent and divergent thinking, the two types associated with enhanced creativity.” This is especially true when searching for solutions.

WALKING YIELDS THE RIGHT RHYTHM FOR THINKING AND HELPS CONNECT TO THE PRESENT MOMENT
One of the more intriguing areas of walking research delves into effects of its steady rhythm on how we think. Studies have examined everything from the brain-spinal-cord connection with respect to this rhythm to the interplay of neurological function, biomechanics and the forces of gravity. The bottom line here is still equal parts science and intuition, but all signs point to walking inducing the right rhythm for getting thinking done. As you walk and become increasingly aware, the mind grows quieter. On occasion, that quiet becomes deeply profound. Your awareness goes beyond the walking, the breathing, and the passing scenery into the boundless field of pure awareness and in this eternal present, there is no past or future.
WALKING CLEARS YOUR MIND, IMPROVES CONCENTRATION AND INDUCES CREATIVITY
Getting outside for a walk will clear your mind and rest it. This is especially true for walking in parks, near water, in nature, as compared to busy streets and urban walks. Regardless of location, wandering allows for reflection and relaxation. A study from the University of East Anglia found that people who walk to work reported better concentration upon arrival at their jobs. UK Department of Transport survey discovered that 9 out of 10 teachers said their students are much more ready to learn if they’ve walked to school. By slowing down and reducing the noise in the brain, your mind will be open for creativity. Reader’s Digest reports: “A recent study published in Frontiers in Neuroscience found that walking improved both convergent and divergent thinking, the two types associated with enhanced creativity.” This is especially true when searching for solutions.
WALKING YIELDS THE RIGHT RHYTHM FOR THINKING AND HELPS CONNECT TO THE PRESENT MOMENT
One of the more intriguing areas of walking research delves into effects of its steady rhythm on how we think. Studies have examined everything from the brain-spinal-cord connection with respect to this rhythm to the interplay of neurological function, biomechanics and the forces of gravity. The bottom line here is still equal parts science and intuition, but all signs point to walking inducing the right rhythm for getting thinking done. As you walk and become increasingly aware, the mind grows quieter. On occasion, that quiet becomes deeply profound. Your awareness goes beyond the walking, the breathing, and the passing scenery into the boundless field of pure awareness and in this eternal present, there is no past or future.
WALKING EXPANDS EVERYDAY MINDFULNESS AND INCREASES AWARENESS OF INTENTION
Walking meditation is a practice, it’s a skill that develops over time. The more you do it, the more it becomes a part of your being. This integration of mindfulness starts to spill over into other areas of your life, infusing them with deeper awareness. Regularity helps this mindfulness become a part of everything you do. Through refined control of attention and intention we learn how to harness the power of our awareness and desires to bring about transformation in life. By walking mindfully, we cultivate a deeper understanding of our intentions through conscious movement, one step at a time. Each walk begins with an intention, each footstep also begins with intention and if we practice walking with attention and clarity of desire, we can more easily choose transformative intentions that bring the most fulfillment and happiness into our lives.
WALKING ALLOWS YOU TO COMMUNE WITH NATURE AND CONNECT DEEPLY WITH YOUR ENVIRONMENT
Mindful walking is an excellent opportunity to commune with the natural world. Free from the internal dialogue of the ego, the natural world provides a seamless channel to the realm of spirit. Spending time in nature can be healing for body, mind, and soul. As you walk through forests, mountain paths, or near bodies of water you immerse yourself in the primordial purity that is also at the core of your being. In mindful walking, all of our senses are actively engaged in the experience of walking. We are deliberately being mindful of the earth beneath our feet, air flowing in and out of our lungs, the sights, sounds, smells, and even tastes that we experience as we walk. This helps us to feel more connected to the environment of which we are an inseparable part. This environmental connection also cultivates situational awareness, in which we put all of our available attention on our surroundings rather than mindlessly walking from place to place. Spending time outside is a brain elixir like few others.
WALKING EXPANDS EVERYDAY MINDFULNESS AND INCREASES AWARENESS OF INTENTION
Walking meditation is a practice, it’s a skill that develops over time. The more you do it, the more it becomes a part of your being. This integration of mindfulness starts to spill over into other areas of your life, infusing them with deeper awareness. Regularity helps this mindfulness become a part of everything you do. Through refined control of attention and intention we learn how to harness the power of our awareness and desires to bring about transformation in life. By walking mindfully, we cultivate a deeper understanding of our intentions through conscious movement, one step at a time. Each walk begins with an intention, each footstep also begins with intention and if we practice walking with attention and clarity of desire, we can more easily choose transformative intentions that bring the most fulfillment and happiness into our lives.
WALKING ALLOWS YOU TO COMMUNE WITH NATURE AND CONNECT DEEPLY WITH YOUR ENVIRONMENT
Mindful walking is an excellent opportunity to commune with the natural world. Free from the internal dialogue of the ego, the natural world provides a seamless channel to the realm of spirit. Spending time in nature can be healing for body, mind, and soul. As you walk through forests, mountain paths, or near bodies of water you immerse yourself in the primordial purity that is also at the core of your being. In mindful walking, all of our senses are actively engaged in the experience of walking. We are deliberately being mindful of the earth beneath our feet, air flowing in and out of our lungs, the sights, sounds, smells, and even tastes that we experience as we walk. This helps us to feel more connected to the environment of which we are an inseparable part. This environmental connection also cultivates situational awareness, in which we put all of our available attention on our surroundings rather than mindlessly walking from place to place. Spending time outside is a brain elixir like few others.
WALKING LOWERS BLOOD PRESSURE AND SLASHES RISK FOR CHRONIC DISEASE
Studies have shown walking lowers your blood pressure and reduces your heart health risk. American Diabetes Association states that walking lowers your blood sugar levels and your overall risk for diabetes. Researchers at the University of Boulder Colorado and the University of Tennessee found that regular walking lowered blood pressure by as much as 11 points and may reduce the risk of stroke by 20% to 40%. One of the most cited studies on walking and health, published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 2002, found that those who walked enough to meet physical activity guidelines (30 or more minutes of moderate activity on 5 or more days per week) had a 30% lower risk of cardiovascular disease.

Walking, Listening and Talking for your Mind, Body and Soul
There is a curious link between the mind and the feet. As we step into a larger, organic space, we correspondingly embrace a bigger heart, say yes to trying new things, feel more comfortable in our own skin, and learn to take things and ourselves less seriously. Being outdoors increases comfort levels to talk about all sorts of difficult subjects. Walking together for a half an hour or an hour naturally leads to relaxation and sharing and it allows for enough time to address what truly is on your mind. Walking has benefits beyond the merely physical and many people walk as much for mental and spiritual well-being as for fitness. Can walking boost your mood? Can it help you deal with life stress? Can it help you work through relationship problems? Can it lead to a deeper spiritual life
The answer is YES!
WALKING LOWERS BLOOD PRESSURE AND SLASHES RISK FOR CHRONIC DISEASE
Studies have shown walking lowers your blood pressure and reduces your heart health risk. American Diabetes Association states that walking lowers your blood sugar levels and your overall risk for diabetes. Researchers at the University of Boulder Colorado and the University of Tennessee found that regular walking lowered blood pressure by as much as 11 points and may reduce the risk of stroke by 20% to 40%. One of the most cited studies on walking and health, published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 2002, found that those who walked enough to meet physical activity guidelines (30 or more minutes of moderate activity on 5 or more days per week) had a 30% lower risk of cardiovascular disease.

Walking, Listening and Talking for your Mind, Body and Soul
There is a curious link between the mind and the feet. As we step into a larger, organic space, we correspondingly embrace a bigger heart, say yes to trying new things, feel more comfortable in our own skin, and learn to take things and ourselves less seriously. Being outdoors increases comfort levels to talk about all sorts of difficult subjects. Walking together for a half an hour or an hour naturally leads to relaxation and sharing and it allows for enough time to address what truly is on your mind. Walking has benefits beyond the merely physical and many people walk as much for mental and spiritual well-being as for fitness. Can walking boost your mood? Can it help you deal with life stress? Can it help you work through relationship problems? Can it lead to a deeper spiritual life
The answer is YES!