World Environment Day & National Trails Day – Moving Meditation

Happy June 5, 2021 – Moving Meditation

Good morning Yogis! Today is World Environment Day, National Trails Day, AND National Prairie Day. So, we are taking a quick break from our cycle of practices inspired by the 8 Limbs of Yoga to focus on practices for our special Meditation Month and getting outside for these environmentally focused holidays.

cool perspective midtown atlanta looking down from above with glass reflection - moving meditation mindfulness Quote: Action does not get one to the destination, action IS the destination. - Brian S. Woods
Action does not get one to the destination, action IS the
destination. – Brian S. Woods

Bonus Daily Meditation Challenge & Today’s Positive Practice

Today’s Daily Yogi Practice is to try a moving meditation. I recommend a meditative drive or hike! Check out the US National Parks Pass if you love meditative hikes – this covers US national park entrance fees for a year, and helps support public conservation.

Moving Meditations

Driving is my favorite meditative activity, I definitely have the “monkey mind” so having something big to focus on is very helpful for me, and these meditative drives often result in solutions to problems or my best ideas.

Yoga retreats frequently offer meditation walks or mindfulness hikes. This is something I try with our Santosha practices of enjoying the present moment! A meditative walk or hike is a great way to begin meditating, especially if mindfulness practices are new to you, or you have difficulty calming the mind while sitting quietly.

Or try a Restorative Asana class with Guided Meditation for a meditative Asana session.

Next INTRO CHALLENGE October 2023


More Positive Practices

Missed yesterday’s post? Read it here!

Related Positive Practices

Share your Practice

Please comment to share which moving meditation you tried or prefer. Always remember, be kind!

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