Enable the brain to sink into what I label the “brain swing.” Swings are fun while we’re in them because we’re going to relax and let go. The brain wants to rest, too. It is unceasingly processed and analyzed. Modern culture sees an active mind as positive, but meditation shows one that being busy is not necessarily a virtue. Too much thought disperses our resources and concentration. As the body gets more unstuck and we love our breath, imagine the hammock from one ear to the other and let the mind sink into this hammock. When it wanders, ease it further and just enjoy the sensation of tightness that leaves the body. What you’re going to experience is not just more comfortable but also transparent, as if someone walked in and cleaned your home, decluttering and leaving you to face life with ease and flow.