A useful technique involves working with awareness of body touch-points. These are the parts of the body that come into contact with other objects in the course of each day, such as the bottoms of our feet as we move about, or the felt sense of sitting in a chair, or of our hands touching something. We bring our attention to a touch-point as often as we can remember. This is useful in breaking our habitual mental and emotional patterns.
Narayan Liebenson Grady