Settle the mind. Let it rest naturally. Let it rest in its own place.
Let go of any thoughts or stories playing out in your head. Let go of your plans and projects. Simply rest in open presence.
Calm, peaceful, expansive presence.
Within that stillness,
thoughts will drift like tumbling leaves,
sensations will burst forth and disappear like water bubbles,
voices and sounds reverberate like an echo in a canyon.
Movement within stillness.
Nothing to do, simply rest.
Movement is free in its own place, naturally freed without having to do anything.
Resting deeply, we become like a vast ocean of equanimity; the variety of sights, sounds and thoughts rise and fall, yet we remain unmoved in the expanse of naturally settled meditation.
Resting deeply in stillness we can accommodate movement without being disturbed. Gaining proficiency with movement within stillness, we can begin to recognize stillness within movement.
Extending an arm, lifting a glass, walking, conversing, working. All thoughts, expressions and movement manifest as a grand play of awareness.
There is no need to fight or struggle, movement doesn't destroy stillness, it enhances awareness.
Don't bind your mind to stillness. Don't block movement. The inseparability of stillness and movement is the wisdom mind of pristine awareness, the natural Great Perfection.