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KEEP YOUR EYES AND THOUGHTS WHERE YOU ARE

Basically its about being with your mind where you are with your body.

Realising with all your senses what is happening around you right now and then only move to the next step. Once you reach that happening at all times you can start assigning some thoughts/ressources to think through the next steps in advance.

It sounds and is easy but requires a lot of focusing, self-awareness and concentration at the beginning.

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