This work introduces a new indoor navigation method for an omnidirectional passive walking aid system, called Omni RT Walker-II. Omni RT Walker-II is the second version of a newly manufactured walking aid system with an omnidirectional platform which is controlled through merely control of MR rotary brakes and excludes actuators, aiming at higher safety and better functionality and maneuverability of the system. The proposed navigation method is unique in that it uses both environment information and human characteristics in order to provide its user with further freedom in handling the walker, and avoids abrupt movements of the system. The new method can assist the users with gait disorder and avoid turning over or falling while navigating the user to a destination. Experimental results are presented to evaluate the accuracy and quality of navigation.