Simply take a few seconds and give attention to your breath. Let thoughts come and go, don’t get attached to them, refocus your attention on your breath. Close your eyes if you need to. Feel your chest expand and contract as you take in deep breaths. Now as you relax into your own body, and get out of focusing all your attention on your thoughts begin feeling the different parts of your body. Feel your arms, your legs, your fingers, your nose, your ears, your eyes. Notice how they function for you effortlessly without your help. Now as you may feel a slight tingling sensation in your body, really dwell in the aliveness that you feel. If you feel slight pain or discomfort, simply just take notice of it and slowly bring your attention back to your breath. When you are ready and you feel relaxed and calm, slowly open your eyes and return back to whatever activity your were doing prior to this meditation. You may sense a level of detachment and non-worry through your activity, as you have just shifted your focus more deeply within yourself and within this present moment. This meditation shouldn’t take more than a few minutes of your time. Use this meditation whenever you start to feel worry, discontent, annoyance, or whatever else painful feeling that may arise, and notice how much lightness you begin to inject into your life.

Simply Breathe.