Take a few minutes to observe five items around the room that you can see. Try to observe items you would not normally notice, like rays of sunshine pouring in from the blinds, or an ant making its way to a crumb on the floor. Focus on every aspect of the item. One at a time, ask what each item looks like. What are the various components, etc.? Next, observe four items to hear. Listen for the sound of birds chirping, or a babbling water fountain. Take note of the pitch, pauses in sound, and other intricacies you may find while lending your ear to the sounds around you. Focus now on the feeling of a breeze across your face, denim against your skin, or the way the chair feels under you. Move on to two items of which you can enjoy the fragrance: flowers, a candle, or food. Finally, indulge in the taste of something delicious and appreciate every single facet of the taste.