Every Sunday morning I spend 60 minutes in a walking meditation and then I sit down and blog. I blog on other days, too, but as a matter of spiritual practice, Sunday morning is reserved as the sacred space in which I have gifted myself with permission and freedom to turn my attention to attention.
On Sunday morning, whether I walk on my treadmill, in the woods, or along the bike path, I do so in silence, without my ipod, without my neighbor's kids, without my best old dog, but alone with my intention of attention.
Attention is also known as mindfulness, awareness, concentration, recollection. Not only of who you are, but why you and everything else are here.
During my Sunday morning meditations I recall recent and long forgotten moments of grace. I find opportunities for gratitude. I... Read More