Saturday, November 11, 2023
11 a.m. EST
Walk as It
Your passion and continued participation has inspired our next Walk for the World – Saturday, November 11, at 11 a.m. EST. No matter where you walk or who you join, let’s continue to emerge as a higher consciousness.
The more we demonstrate change, the more we raise the frequency in our world.
Take the Next Step
Whether you’re already practicing Dr Joe’s meditations, or you’re new to the work, everyone is welcome. This is your chance to inspire – and be inspired by – change in the world.
Saturday, November 11, 2023, at 11:00 a.m. EST / AEDT
Everyone is welcome – beginners to advanced meditators, familiar or new to Dr Joe’s teachings. Join organized groups, walk with friends and family, or walk by yourself.
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General Disclaimer and Liability Waiver
By participating in or attending any activities of Walk for the World Walking Meditation Global Event, you hereby acknowledge and agree to the General Disclaimer and Liability Waiver.
Download the Walk for the World Meditation
During this 50-minute guided meditation, you’ll become part of a global consciousness and demonstrate the change you’d love to see in the world. If you haven’t yet downloaded the meditation, you can find it here.
Access the Music from Walk for the World
All five tracks from the meditation – plus one continuous mix – are now available as a standalone album. This collaboration among Dr Joe, Remko Arentz, and Temple Step Project helped inspire Walk for the World – and will allow you to extend the journey after you finish walking.
See Memories from Our First Walk for the World
Walk for the World t-shirts and hoodies are now available!
All proceeds will be donated to Give to Give Foundation, an organization providing support and scholarships that empower individuals to help themselves and others on their healing journeys.
About Dr Joe Dispenza’s Walking Meditations
About Dr Joe Dispenza
Dr Joe’s mission seeks to unify many branches of science in a very simple way, with a focus on research and the data behind spontaneous remissions. Inspired by the latest findings in neuroscience, epigenetics, and quantum physics, his work integrates essential knowledge that teaches people how to heal their bodies of health conditions, make significant life changes, and evolve their consciousness.
Since 2010, he has partnered with scientists and universities to perform extensive research on the effects of meditation on the brain and body. During his advanced retreats around the world, his team has gathered more than 18,000 brain scans (quantitative QEEG) and 10,000 heart-rate variability (HRV) measurements in an attempt to correlate the effects that sustained elevated emotions and self- regulation have on heart and brain function, immune response, and overall mind- body health.
He and his team also have studied gene expression, protein regulation, immune response, neurotransmitter changes, telomere length, and variations in bioactive cellular metabolic particles in novice and advanced meditators.
Stories of Transformation
See the stories of personal breakthroughs, miraculous healings, profound transformations, and powerful creations from our community of students around the world.
Walk for the World FAQs
What is Walk for the World?
Walk for the World 2023 is a global event uniting people across countries and cultures in a live, international walking meditation. On Saturday, November 11, 2023 at 11 a.m. EST, people around the world will practice a guided meditation led by Dr Joe Dispenza.
Australia, New Zealand, and East Asia Saturday, November 11 at 11 a.m. AEDT.
Do I need to register again if I already registered for the first walk?
You do not need to register again if you already registered for the first walk. However, please be aware that by using this Walk for the World webpage and/or participating in a Walk for the World Meditation, you agree to the following terms and conditions.
How do I connect with other Walk for the World participants in my area?
We are working on a new feature so you can connect with other people in your local communities. Register here to be notified once it’s available.
How do I choose a location?
What is a walking meditation?
What can I expect during this meditation?
Dr Joe will guide you through a recorded meditation, which will last approximately 50 minutes. You will be standing with eyes closed and walking with eyes open for roughly equal amounts of time.
What do you suggest if I’m not able to walk or stand for that long?
If you are unable to stand or walk, we suggest sitting. If needed, please consult with a licensed medical professional prior to attending to ensure your safety.
What languages is the meditation be available in?
The meditation is available in English, Spanish, French, German, Polish, Portuguese, Russian and Italian.
How can I access the meditation?
You can download the meditation here. If you are an iPhone user and experience any issues downloading the meditation, please be sure to use the Safari browser.
Do I need to bring anything with me?
You must bring your own electronic device and headset (sharing is not recommended). Please ensure your device has ample battery and notifications are silenced to avoid disrupting your meditation. Check the weather beforehand and dress appropriately. Be sure to wear comfortable clothes and walking shoes and consider bringing your own small water bottle and/or backpack to hold personal items. If you require any additional support or assistance (e.g., wheelchair, nurse, etc.), you will need to provide your own support for your participation.
I am new to meditation, can I join?
What happens if I am injured during the event?
By joining, you expressly agree to accept and assume all potential risks associated with this activity. Your participation in the event is purely voluntary, and you elect to participate despite the potential risks. Please be sure to review our General Disclaimer and Liability Waiver prior to participating.
Will assistance be provided to those who are handicapped?
Can I walk at another time if 11 a.m. EST isn’t convenient for me?
Yes, you may walk at any time that is convenient for you and conducive to the weather forecast. However, everyone is encouraged to begin their walk as close as possible to 11 a.m. EST so this is a synchronistic event. Please be sure to check the time zone converter for your local time.