A Walking Meditation

My daily walking meditation around the neighborhood; my time to enjoy the beauty of nature, and let my mind center itself.

The fields are always changing; from green in Spring to golden brown in summer. And still, with change, they are beautiful. …Change is good. I welcome it. It is growth.

I walk along a path under a canopy of trees. So grateful for both the sun and the shade. …Life doesn’t have to be either/or. It can be this AND that.

The birds flit about from tree to tree, then stop to take a moment of rest on a tree branch to look around, and see how beautiful it is all around them. … I stop my walk to enjoy the birds, and the beauty all around me.

I walk on and see a robin on a rail post with a worm in its mouth.  It’s pausing,  just long enough to allow a photo, then up into the tree it goes to feed the family. … A family can be hectic, but you can allow yourself a minute or two to center yourself before going in to take care of your family at the end of the day.

The path outside our house; the trees shading the walk on this side, and providing a screen for our patio on the other side. The trees are home to many families of birds during Spring. … A home can provide so many different functions no matter where it is.

Photos: personal file

About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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5 Responses to A Walking Meditation

  1. Pingback: Paid To Meditate « Walter Kitty's Diary

  2. So beautiful, so relaxing, so peaceful. Thank you. I just felt some inner serenity after reading your post and looking at the wonderful photos. Nature gives off a happy, calm, positive energy and you captured each bit of them in this post.Thank you.

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  3. eof737 says:

    Wonderful! I love the birds… 🙂

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