Day Two is all about air and there are three exercises to try.
One: Light incense or open a window to freshen the air in your space. I don't have any incense, but I do like to light fragrant candles to freshen the air. At this time of the year when the air is a nice temperature I like to leave the windows open as much as possible. Yesterday I did have my windows open and got to freshen up the living space.
Two: Take a wind bath outside. I have been outside the past several days in the wind quite a lot. I have had the feeling of the wind blowing around and whipping my hair and clothing. If you talk to my family they will tell you that this is not a feeling that I enjoy very much. I don't like it when my long hair blows around my face so that I can't see and gets tangled up. I do like a gentle breeze on my body when I am hot, but I hate having air blow on my face. I will have to look at this a different way the next time I'm out in the wind and let it refresh me instead of annoying me.
Three: Taking three deep breaths and thinking or letting out the negative and taking in the positive. This is such an important process and can even reset our brain chemistry in a physiological way. Deep belly breathing is something that was taught at my son's Asperger's group to help the kids and parents with anxiety and negative spiraling. For Jani's exercise I thought about breathing in love, abundance, and freedom and breathing out anger, confinement, and drudgery.
Here are some pictures from outside my windows through the seasons. I like to bring the outside in through my windows.