One thing which I've been practicing as of late which I feel is of tremendous benefit but is rarely mentioned on this forum is the five daily recollections. The five being:
"I am of the nature to decay",
"I am of the nature to get sick",
"I am of the nature to die",
"All that is mine, beloved and dear to me, will one day leave me",
"I am the owner of my kamma, heir to my kamma, abide supported by my kamma, if I do good I recieve good, if I do bad I recieve bad" (I can't remember the real wording but this is how I recite it).
I've found that through these recollections I have an increasing awareness of the impermanence and frailty of the world, and yet though this has increased my resistance towards sickness, death, and change has decreased and there's more acceptance that this is the way of the world. Anyway, I highly recommend this practice, and can see why the Buddha suggested reflecting on these every day.
Good topic and may you all be well, happy, peaceful, and free from suffering!
"The heart of the path is quite easy. There’s no need to explain anything at length. Let go of love and hate and let things be. That’s all that I do in my own practice." - Ajahn Chah