Tuesday, 8 July 2014

Former Archbishop of Canterbury does Buddhist Meditation

Rowan Williams, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, has revealed that he spends up to 40 minutes a day meditating.

From the story in the Telegraph it would appear that Lord Williams uses a meditation stool and a combination of Mantra and Anapanasati breath awareness meditation.

Williams also practices walking meditation. It would appear that he is using the Zen Kinhin method of coordinating the pace at which one walks with the pace of one's breathing.

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