I now and then make the “being with” approach into more of a distinct practice, by lying down on the floor and fully experiencing – being with – whatever happens, with no particular activity going on simultaneously.
Almost invariably, I find that it is a blissful experience. Even if the initial experience is unpleasant, emotionally or physically, it mixes with bliss as I melt into it fully – allow whatever is there to unfold fully in effortless awareness. There is no “doing”, just “being”. Just allowing what is, to be as it is.
There is also a wonderful sense of wholeness coming out of this. Artificial boundaries falling away, allowing the field of what is to recognize itself as field.