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In this meditation method, you will be able to acquire not just the basic knowledge regarding walking meditation, but extreme power to uplift yourself and your inner experience and sensation beyond tradition and definition.
Walking meditation is usually understood as primarily intended to relieve stress in the legs. While it has this effect, this is not the only meaning of kinhin.
There is a famous Zen saying, "Stillness in Action- Action in Stillness". We have this calligraphy by the late Reverend Dr. Soyu Matsuoka-roshi of this expression. It also connotes "Silence is Thunder- Mokurai." This is the more essential meaning of walking meditation- it brings the strength of meditation into the everyday act of walking.
It is also symbolic of the Buddha's walking round and round the bodhi-tree following his Enlightenment. So it likewise represents your 'wandering about in the world of enlightenment', in the words of Dogen-Zenji, the founder of Soto Zen Buddhism, for the first time.