How to walk with an eye on self introspection. I went for a morning walk and noticed the obvious: who I am, what I am, is reflected in the way I am walking. So this particular morning I was walking with an uncertain falling motion, as we all know walking is a form of controlled falling. You fall from one foot to the other foot.
So I looked at what is causing this uncontrolled, uncertain fall in my step instead of a certain, confident fall and I noticed I am still doubting my own resolve. Plus I am still being a lesser version of myself by still caring about how others look at me, so this is a pattern that is deeply ingrained, but not impossible to disconnect from. Caring is too much a positive word to describe it, it’s more fearing how others may look at me, at what I am and who I am in the physical gait I express. It’s either me expressing each step in walking or it is my ego dictating to me my step. So I either breathe and walk, breath walking, or I think and walk, think walking.
So what to get from this is to become aware of your fall, direct that energy and ground it into breathing.