Seido talks about bringing one’s full attention to the traditional practice of kinhin, or walking meditation, that is done between seated periods of zazen. She encourages those with busy lives to allow kinhin to be a spontaneous occurrence, to walk through one’s house, to let the bare feet touch the ground, to wander outdoors, and arrive fully awake as one foot follows the other. Several variations on kinhin are covered in this talk including Thich Nhat Hanh’s instructions as well as “sky dancing.”