Notice how the motions of your breath change the pressure of your body against the parts of the material world you are in contact with. The key is in the exhale, specifically in the moment of rest at the end of the exhale, when all the air that comes out easily has gone out. There is enough air in your body to allow you a moment of rest, following the natural orientation of the movement of breathing out: you rest towards the middle of your body, the very depth of the living being you are, and towards the ground, the material world you are a part of. Wait there until the inhale comes about spontaneously, together with the sensation of expansion that comes along with it.
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