Approach walking meditation like swimming, feeling the body moving through space. There’s a swing, a pleasant fluidity. Hold any concerns that arise in your embodiment, giving the heart a foundation to listen from. It will eventually speak for itself.
Guidance for moving from the anatomical body to sensing into the energy body. Switch off what isn’t needed, step attention back and listen. As one opens the body, one opens the heart. This is the basis for wisdom.
Meditation has two aspects: the limiting of mental activity and the staying on track with the heart. Resolution and mindfulness of body act as supports. Use embodied energy to restrain ‘doingness’, and to clear and fortify the heart so that wisdom can arise.