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Walking is exercise but then when you include meditation, it goes beyond just exercising your physical body. Examples of meditation walk are Theravada, kinhin, and vipassana. It involves walking in a specific invisible route of a short distance or even long-distance while having the exact route traced out in your mind. This is like walking in cycles and not missing any part of the circle several times even when the circle is not drawn out on the ground. This has several benefits which include and not limited to:

1.      It helps you to become creative. When you can imagine a route in your head and you can follow through without seeing the line, your mind can conceive great ideas easily.
2.      If you want a quality night or knack time, you can do a short distance meditation walk. This improves sleep and helps you get a good night's rest.
3.      This exercise helps you increase blood flow in the body., this means that you need not jug a 10-kilometer distance to get your blood to flow accurately throughout your veins.
4.      Mediation walk improves digestion and studies has proven this.
5.      In a study conducted in 2014, it was shown that people who practice meditation walk often are rarely depressed.
6.      If you a type 2 diabetes patient, this exercise is beneficial to you. It helps to improve the level of blood sugar and increases circulation in the body.
7.      It is an exercise that looks like no exercise and it makes the whole thing fun.
8.      If you have digestive issues after a meal, try out meditative walking.