Today’s walking meditation is a variation of a meditation I saw and loved in Thicht Naht Hanh’s book, Peace is Every Step. My head teacher for my yoga therapy program is always suggesting books and every time he makes a new suggestion, I write down the book or immediately check it out from the library. This book was one of these suggestions.

I love the idea of getting out for a walk when I’m angry – or honestly, any kind of strong emotion. Nature and fresh air are always so grounding and with a walking meditation, we bring so much of our awareness back to the present moment and the feeling of our feet on the ground. So often, I find this helps me bring a little more perspective to the situation making me angry – or at the very least, an opportunity to take a few deep breaths.

Today’s meditation: Walking Meditation for times when you’re feeling angry

Your journal prompt for today is:

  • (BEFORE) Write down a few short notes about how you’re feeling. Maybe you rate yourself on a scale of 1-10 with where your anger is presently. 
  • (AFTER) Write down a few short notes about how you’re feeling after that practice. Where would you rate yourself on a scale of 1-10 with where your anger is presently? If you have more time, you may also take some additional notes that may have come through regarding your anger that may better help you understand it. 

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