Aimless wandering

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Aimless wandering refers to both "samsara" (the cycle of birth, death and rebirth) and a mindfulness practice of exploration without destination that often takes the form of a walking meditation (though it does not require movement). In this practice, attention is paid to one's sensory perception of the experience rather than one's thoughts about the experience.

References[edit]

  • Buddharakkhita, T. (1996). The Dhammapada: The Buddha's Path of Wisdom. Buddhist Publication Society. ISBN 955-24-0131-3
  • Fowler, M. (2005). Zen Buddhism: Beliefs and Practices. Sussex Academic Press. ISBN 1-902210-42-5
  • Clement, S. (2002). Meditation for Beginners: Techniques for Awareness, Mindfulness & Relaxation. Llewellyn Publications. ISBN 0-7387-0203-X
  • Midal, F. (2005). Recalling Chögyam Trungpa. Shambhala Publications. ISBN 1-59030-207-9