Often we do things in what is called 'autopilot'. We may be eating, driving, walking or washing up the dishes but our mind is elsewhere. We may be speculating, comparing, remembering, planning or in some phantasy or other. So the practice is to recognise this and then 'tune in' to what you are hearing, seeing, tasting, touching and feeling. Become aware of sensations now. Simple, difficult yet potentially profound as we can then begin to experience ourselves and life in a more immediate, rich and fluid way.