Once you find your DOMINANT EYE, CLOSE IT.
Bring your arms down but KEEP THE FOCUS on the OBJECT, ignoring everything else.
Notice how your body feels somewhat vulnerable.
Give it some time to re-calibrate and find your new balance.
BREATHE through your NOSE and gradually SLOW DOWN your BREATHING.
Even out any irregularities your breath might have.
Once you find a CALM, PROFOUND and COMFORTABLE BREATH, stay with it.
(± 3 seconds IN – 3 seconds OUT)
ZOOM IN on the OBJECT with every INHALATION
as if pulling it closer and closer to yourself with each breath.
KEEP ZOOMING IN while bringing your attention to your EARS.
The ear on your blind side is probably a little deafer than usual.
AMPLIFY all the SOUNDS and NOISES around you
as if you were gradually turning up the VOLUME to FULL POWER.
LISTEN NON-SELECTIVELY to EVERYTHING SIMULTANEOUSLY.
Do this until you feel completely EMERGED in SOUND and IMAGE.
OPEN both EYES and RESUME your NORMAL BREATHING.
If you’re OUTSIDE – take a WALK for as long as you like.
If you’re INSIDE – go OUTSIDE and take a WALK for as long as you like.