Laughter is a wonderful and powerful activity. It makes us feel better and it can make us more positive. By practicing laughter, we find that laughter becomes more of a part of our lives; during the day we find ourself laughing more and more. Laughter is also good exercise, expanding the chest, lungs, stomach, and vocal chords. So let's laugh.
We usually stand up and walk about to laugh, setting a time period, starting with 3 to 5 minutes, and after much practice, working up to 10 or 15 minutes.
We laugh in different ways: we chuckle, chortle, guffaw, roar, giggle, belly-laugh, titter, swing our arms, bend over, point at ourselves, find other fun and funny things to laugh at, laugh when we breath in, laugh when we breath out, we dance and laugh, roll on the floor and laugh, we laugh, laugh, laugh, and laugh.
This meditation is greatest when practiced with others. A room full of laughers and laughter is heavenly.