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Walking Meditation

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Walking Meditation Walking Meditation

A monk was meditating, a walking meditation in the shade of the Bodhi Trees long branches and heart shaped leaves. When I first noticed him, there was already an easily discernable path in the dirt ground. He had a mostly covered tattoo on his back, hidden by the saffron colored robe associated with Buddhist monks.

His strides were slow, deliberate, even. At the end of the walk, he stopped, paused, turned 90 degrees, paused, turned 90 degrees, paused and walked again. The distance covered before turning was not great, perhaps 20 yards. He walked for a long time though so covered quite a bit of distance.

Initially, I was disappointed in this photo because it wasn’t in focus. Then I decided to play around a bit in PhotoShop and transformed it into one of my favorite pictures from the visit. The color in this picture was plucked from the…

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