Walk in silence. As you walk, look at everything you see as though it doesn't have a name. As you walk, begin to name the thing that your eyes rest upon as if you were God, naming things for the very first time.
Use only "first-generation" names.
For example: sky, flower, insect, tree, concrete, shoe, woman.
As you notice thoughts moving one more generation away (for example, "wonderful morning" or "what a beautiful tree!"), notice, gently stop, be still.
Return to simple, uncomplicated one-word, first-generation names: ground, sky, woman….
The morning walk is meditation. It is about noticing. It is a silent exercise.
...I was visibly and internally changed when I went home that night.
—Ted Johnson, New York
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