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AN 5.29 Caṅkama Sutta: Walking

“Monks, these are the five rewards for one who practices walking meditation. Which five?

  1. “He can endure traveling by foot;
  2. he can endure exertion;
  3. he becomes free from disease;
  4. whatever he has eaten & drunk, chewed & savored, becomes well-digested;
  5. the concentration he wins while doing walking meditation lasts for a long time.

“These are the five rewards for one who practices walking meditation.”


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