For all of us, there may be supportive practices that makes it easier for us to explore love, natural rest, and inquiry.
And if we are completely new to it, there may be practices that helps us get ready for it, and get more out of it.
Here is a list of practices I have found helpful in themselves, and as a support for – for instance – inquiry. (And inquiry, in turn, is a support for each of these. These practices are all a support for each other, in a very real way.)
Body inclusive: Tension & Trauma Release Exercises (TRE). Self-Breema and Breema bodywork. Yoga. Tai Chi. Chi Gong.
Stable attention: Training a more stable attention, for instance by bringing attention to the sensations of the breath.
Love: Ho’oponopono. Tonglen. Loving kindness.
Natural rest: Noticing. Allowing.
Physical exercise: Strength. Aerobic.
Nature: Being in nature. Moving the body in nature. Connecting with nature. (Practices to Reconnect.)
Inquiry: Some forms of inquiry may be easier to start with than others. For instance, it may be easier for some to start with the Big Mind process and The Work, and then move into Living Inquiries.