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You can only meditate when you are walking

You  can only meditate when you are walking You  can only meditate when you are walking
Source: Jane Newland
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The thing I regret most in the details of my life that I have lost my memory of is not having made diaries of my travels. I never thought so much, existed so much, lived so much, been myself, if I dare so to say, as in those I made alone and on foot. Walking has something that animates and invigorates my ideas; I can only meditate when I am walking. When I stop, I cease to think my mind only works with my legs. The view of the countryside, the succession of pleasant surroundings, the fresh air, the great appetite, the good health that I gain by walking, the freedom of the cabaret, the distance from everything that makes me feel my dependence, from everything that reminds me of my situation, all this frees my soul, gives me greater boldness to think, throws me in a way into the immensity of beings to combine them, to choose them, to appropriate them to my liking, without embarrassment and without fear. I have the whole of nature at my disposal as a master; my heart, wandering from object to object, unites, identifies with those who flatter it, surrounds itself with charming images, intoxicates itself with delicious feelings.

Remind yourself to journal your walks and travels.

By Altonalt | 11/07/2020

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