I find that Seeing comes up on its own every day. I enjoy it when it does come up. I may try to prolong it a bit, but I don't do it seriously. I think it's always in the background anyway, just below the surface. As Lao Tzu said, "Do nothing and all is done." Why does it come up on its own? Once you really See (and appreciate) the true design of awareness, you can't go back to the old way of seeing (or not seeing). You don't have to focus on it all the time. It's not the only matter that needs attention. I find it comes up especially when I am relaxed. I may be on a walk, taking a leisurely drive, engaged in a casual conversation, or just lying in the sun. If you appreciate Seeing, if you have a deep interest in it, it will not desert you. That's the grace of Seeing to me. There's nothing to do. It does itself, so to speak. Now I don't mean that our hands and feet have no work to do. I don't mean that we as human beings have no worldly use. But I do think that grace plays a part here too. As Joseph Campbell said, "Follow your bliss." J.C.