..We speak of being “grounded” and having our “feet on the ground” and now was the time to have some awareness of our feet. We were asked to consider the way our feet feel on the ground, the weight of our body on them and the feel of the ground under them. With no talking suggested, and only concentration on our feet, it made for hard work.

Then we were challenged to just listen. Take in the sounds of nature, with no judgement of the sounds or labelling. We stood by a waterfall which made it a glorious task but also made it easier for the mind to wander…

TreeHugger described how to do a slow walk, reporting back from an organised slow walk with Slow Down London.

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