When’s the last time you spent real quality time with yourself? How well do you truly know yourself? How well do you know the technology of your body, mind, and spirit?
We can use meditation to quiet our minds from the constant noise of thoughts, projections, expectations, assumptions, etc. Or… we can use meditation to observe this noise, get to know it, and learn to live beside it in peace and acceptance.
Inner Walk is an observational meditation practice founded on Koh Phangan, Thailand by Prah Olarn, a Buddhist monk born and raised on the island. The practice allows us to learn the art of quiet and objective observation, and gain the use of this tool to apply to our daily lives. When we are able to observe our inner narrative objectively, it begins to lose its power over us, and we can raise our quality of life by gaining both strength and flexibility of thought.
The practice is based on a simple technique of freestyle walking that allows us to observe the constant falling asleep of the mind into thought and awakening back to the present moment. The introduction and initiation to the practice is accomplished through a 4-day journey of dharma talks, walking, and group sharing circles. Once this experience is complete, the practice can be implemented into our lives in any way that suits us individually. Inner Walk is devoted to sharing this experience with anyone who feels interested in learning a new style of meditation that can change your relationship with yourself.
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Inner Walk is committed to sharing this practice with everyone and anyone who is interested in raising their quality of life. We offer all of our retreats and events free of charge so that financial status will never get in the way of someone’s journey of self development and self awareness. Our team is made up entirely of volunteers who contribute their time, energy, skills, and love to this project. Any donation, big or small, will help us to continue to run this practice, cover administrative and logistical costs, as well as help us to expand and ensure that this practice is available to all who want to experience it. We thank you for your contribution!