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The book explains how to accomplish this in incredibly easy to understand language.
The book includes photos of Thich Nhat Hanh and others practising the walking meditation, some of the photos being from his community in Plum Village.
I recommend this if you are just starting to meditate or want to learn how to relax with a busy schedule.
Sat down to draw and found I couldn't focus. Since my dog and I walk daily, I decided to incorporate this practice. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Phyllis
Love the book. So basic yet so complex. What a great mind and author. Will continue to read this writer.Published 4 months ago by Michael L. Haight
This is a well written, well thought out book. I recommend it for anyone with a passion for walking, or anyone looking to find something else in their day to day life.Published 10 months ago by Matt Anding
This book is much too simplistic and short to warrant the price paid. I love Thich Nhat Hanh's writing, but this is poor.Published 11 months ago by Louise D. Somes
Nice little book. It has insightful viewpoints that I never thought of before nor found in other books. Read morePublished 12 months ago by webster1992
I like to walk and I try to meditate - written by a master, this "simple" guide has helped me experience something greater than the sum of the parts.Published 18 months ago by easiersaid
Perfect pocket-sized book full of thought provoking tidbits. Much more in tune for serene, pensive footsteppers. Passages to re-visit as you would a favorite path......Published 20 months ago by jcLuv2Read
This is a delightful little book, which brought me peace and calm just by reading it.
Thich Nhat Hanh is a wise Zen master, who lives in exile in France, in a community... Read more