Let’s go back to our experience-body, focus on it, and let things happen within that focus, without pushing or trying to find anything, or come to a conclusion. In that context, when we come out of wanting anything to happen, there’s some spaciousness – and when a feeling comes up, try to attune to that spaciousness. Develop an attitude and energy of not-feeding, demanding, pushing away, skipping off or proliferation around the feeling. This is nonattachment. By practicing in this way we realize that for these few moments we don’t have to solve the problems of existence, or know who we are, or what we’re going to do.
Ajahn Sucitto, Turning the Wheel of Truth