A different kind of knowing
Osho: “For listening, one needs a discipline of being silent, of being in the moment, of putting aside one's mind with all its garbage - making a way for whatever you are listening to. If it is true, bells will start ringing in your heart; if it is not true, nothing will happen within you. This is a different kind of knowing: through the heart, not through the mind. This is the only true way that one can understand.”
Osho, Zarathustra: A God That Can Dance, Ch.#5: Prologue
The above quote summarizes quite beautifully some key aspects of WIYS: we work phenomenological (with what arises in the moment) and during the Walk we listen more to our body than our mind (what does it feel like). That which rings true then - not necessarily recognized by our mind - will express itself thru the body of the Walker in movements, words, emotions and others. We use our mind intelligently to understand and integrate our experience (not playing out any of our prejudices, judgements etc.) once the Walk has concluded. Welcome to A Different Kind of Knowing.