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Practice walking meditation: Ease worries, awaken wisdom

Meditation, 08:17 AM, October, 30 2023
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“In this rapidly developing society, Buddhist meditation is vitally in need. Therefore I advise that all of you should explore and learn about it. Practicing meditation helps us stabilize our mind, hence easing our worries and lighting up our wisdom; we can think and reason about many things in a clear way,” shared Thay Thich Truc Thai Minh in his sermon at Gwanmun Temple, South Korea.

During his Dharma-propagation tour in South Korea, Thay Thich Truc Thai Minh not only gave Buddhist sermons but also held walking meditation sessions for expatriate Buddhists, so that they could learn and benefit from Buddhist meditation.

Below are some recorded images!

The silent walking meditation steps of Thay, the monks, and Buddhists along the way from the Blue House to the National Folk Museum of Korea, Seoul.

The silent walking meditation steps of Thay, the monks, and Buddhists along the way from the Blue House to the National Folk Museum of Korea, Seoul.

Temporarily leaving the fast-paced life, the Buddhists practiced walking meditation, enabling them to ease and calm down their mind.

Temporarily leaving the fast-paced life, the Buddhists practiced walking meditation, enabling them to ease and calm down their mind.

“Practicing walking meditation is like taking a break, which is very good.” — Thay Thich Truc Thai Minh

“Practicing walking meditation is like taking a break, which is very good.” — Thay Thich Truc Thai Minh

“Meditation is extremely beneficial because it helps us master and control our mind. Then we will be able to master the body and thus master our life.” — Thay Thich Truc Thai Minh

“Meditation is extremely beneficial because it helps us master and control our mind. Then we will be able to master the body and thus master our life.” — Thay Thich Truc Thai Minh

Thay Thich Truc Thai Minh led the monks and lay Buddhists to practice walking meditation.

Thay Thich Truc Thai Minh led the monks and lay Buddhists to practice walking meditation.

“The Buddha taught us to be mindful in all actions, even our footsteps. This practice is known as mindfulness meditation, bringing the mind back to the body, whatever the body does, the mind is fully aware of it.” — Thay Thich Truc Thai Minh

“The Buddha taught us to be mindful in all actions, even our footsteps. This practice is known as mindfulness meditation, bringing the mind back to the body, whatever the body does, the mind is fully aware of it.” — Thay Thich Truc Thai Minh

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