We create our own reality through thoughts, feelings, faith, cherished love, pictures and WORDS. Our words are our command, as they contain air one of our sacred connections to our Divine Creator, the sound frequency when Spoken, and the thought-symbol-feeling quality that creates worlds.
So, combine the health-giving properties of pure spring water (not in plastic), charged by holding it in your hands, with the feeling of love and gratitude, the well-being properties of walking and the creative power of words, and you have a simple practice to enhance every aspect of your life.
The Universe responds especially to our words, “I am” and “I will.” When you add affirmations to your walks, you will add to your manifestations. “I am that, I am joy,” will lighten your feeling tone. “I am that, I am love,” will help you awaken to your good. “I am that, I am free,” will help you expand your horizons and become inspired.
Also walking in silent mindfulness may give you Peace and a solution to a problem you have been working on. Notice how thoughts and words make you feel as that is a key to your well being. You can easily change thoughts and words that make you feel bad to others that lift your spirit.
Simplicity is one of my favorite qualities. I have been a healing practitioner for most of my life (Prayer, Healing the child within, Channeling, Laughing, Love and Energy Work). I’m always looking for the most effective, fun, simple and creative ways to do things.
I hope you will enjoy your walks in Mother Nature with your pure water at hand and either the sounds of nature, silence, affirmations of your choice or a combination of all. When I walk I like to include, every now and then, jumping, skipping and hopping. Also, the feeling of lazy wandering, stopping every now and then to just breathe and take it all in. Observing the infinite variety of colors, textures, birds, flowers and trees just makes me happy.
“When we walk, we naturally go to the fields and woods: what would become of us, if we walked only in a garden or mall?” (from Walking: A Journal, by Henry David Thoreau)