Do you feel that your mindfulness practice is jaded? Then there is an answer to that. The flowers blooming all around you can actually be powerful meditation tools. Picking blooms and arranging a bouquet, when done mindfully, becomes a fragrant and calming moving meditation—one that may help you feel just as relaxed as a session on your cushion would, says Anthony Ward, author of Being with Flowers. Before you begin, take a few deep breaths. “Allow your focus on the flowers to create space in your mind,” Ward says. Then, try his tips for building a beautiful arrangement every time—so you can focus on the practice, not worry about the end result.