This is an organic breath practice and meditation to allow your body to be nourished and deeply relaxed in the space of no demand. You will practice being with your body, which is the feminine, and to give it meticulous and pristine attention, while also allowing your awareness to feel the stillness and emptiness at the core of all existence.
Sit in stillness with your eyes closed, shoulders relaxed, and heart & spine strong. Then begin an Organic Breath Practice: Wait until your body wants an inhale and then allow your body to take a nice smooth, deep inhale; hold the breath for a moment or two, and then let your body slowly and smoothly release the breath whenever it is ready with no effort. Allow your breath to find its own natural rhythm and allow your body to be nourished by it. No forcing, thinking or strategizing. Your body decides when to inhale, how long to hold it, and when to exhale, on its own organic rhythm.
Then, keeping some of your awareness on giving your body and breath beautiful attention, take the rest of your awareness to the stillness and empty space in your body. Go deep into the empty space where there is absolutely nothing needed and there is only absolute blissful stillness. Then feel into the empty space in the environment all around you, and then all the way out to the cosmos -- to Space.
For the last three breaths, keep feeling the emptiness at the core of all existence and then keep feeling your breath. Bring your awareness to the solid structure of your body, and then rooting your sacrum into the earth, feel the empty space at the core of you. Feel the rooted nature of your body, the still emptiness at the core that holds your body together, and the breath. Acknowledge the nourishment and relaxation that is available to you at all times.
Disclaimer: Although anyone may find this practice to be useful, it is made available with the understanding that we are not engaged in presenting specific medical, psychological, emotional, sexual or spiritual advice. Nor is anything in this practice intended to be a diagnosis, prescription, recommendation or cure for any specific kind of medical, psychological, emotional, sexual or spiritual problem. Each individual has unique needs and this practice cannot take these individual differences into account. Each person should engage in a program of treatment, prevention, cure, or general health only in consultation with a licensed, qualified physician, therapist or other competent professional. Any person suffering from a sexually transmitted disease or any local illness of his or her sexual organs should consult a medical doctor and a qualified instructor of sexual yoga before practicing the sexual methods described in this practice.