Sit in a relaxed way and begin by taking three slow, deep, cleansing breaths, inhaling freshness, lightness, energy, exhaling any tension, any tiredness in the body.
Now, dropping into the body, taking a moment to sense the body as a whole right now, grounded, supported by your chair or the floor. Simply allowing the body to just be, allowing yourself to be embodied, relaxed, easy.
And if you notice any tension or holding anywhere in the body, slight holding in the belly, any restriction or holding in the chest, any tension, tightness in the shoulders, the muscles of the face, without trying to change or move these areas, seeing if you can relax right within those various spaces. Simply allowing the body to be relaxed and at ease.
And, similarly, allowing the breath to be natural, relaxed, and at ease, taking a few moments to sense into the natural rhythm of the breath, not trying to change or deepen the breath in any way, but simply letting ourselves be breathed.
And if you notice any subtle holding in the breath or the breathing process itself, seeing if you can relax right within that. Body and breath, completely relaxed and at ease.
And, similarly, with the mind, allowing the mind to be completely open, relaxed, at ease, giving the mind permission, all the senses, to fall completely open, wide open, open to whatever arises, simply letting it be.
If you notice your mind caught up in or grasping to a particular pattern of thought, a to-do list, memories, regrets, planning, seeing if you can relax the mind, allowing the mind to be completely at ease, without holding, rejecting, grasping, simply allowing whatever it is to be.
And each time you notice your mind caught or hooked in a particular way, very gently relaxing, right again, right there, in that space. Body, breath, and mind, completely relaxed and at ease, taking a moment to notice the experience of letting all be.