I am with balance this morning and this quote by the founder of Aikido.
"My students think I don't lose my center. That is not so; I simply recognize it sooner, and get back faster."
Morihei Ueshiba, O'Sensei, Founder of Aikido
I am also with the jellyfish movement of my diaphragm. When I notice my diaphragm, it sometimes gurgles a reply. The diaphragm connects directly to the heart, and when it is flowing up and down with our breath, massages the internal organs. We feel life, lift, and joy. That is a different feeling than when the diaphragm is caught and boxed in fear.
You can stimulate the diaphragm by reaching slowly overhead, or stretching a leg forward or back. Move your shoulders and/or hips. Isolate and integrate. It is fun to move the ribs and what attaches. It is like being a tree and shaking your leaves, and though many of the trees are blossoms right now, envision the leaves to come and softly shimmy and wiggle the light.