Make Every Move a Meditation delves into using movement in meditation by sharing personal stories, how-to’s, practical examples, benefits, and much more.
In the age of instant gratification, the idea of taking time to meditate quietly can be daunting. By using movement that you are already doing (sports, walking, etc.), it can be easier to add meditation into your life.
As a 200-hour yoga teacher, I have read many books about meditation. Many of them were dry, giving the history of meditation, and written for those that already meditate (don’t get me wrong, there is value in these books). Nita Sweeney writes for both new meditators and new to movement meditators.
She begins by explaining why you should implement movement into your meditation. There is great value in both movement and meditation. By putting them together, you can reap bigger rewards – just read the book to find out!
What I really liked about the book were the actionable steps. Nita not only explains how to use movement for meditation she gives instructions to practice before moving on.
Writing for the world of self-indulgence and sharing personal stories makes this one of the most captivating meditation books that I have read.