First, the mind sees big blocks of ideas – too many things to look at – too many distractions.
So you find one thing to look at, say the porch rooftop.
That looks pretty simple – a small stretch for the eyes, soft folds.
A fixed boundary, sides, a place to rest.
I wasn’t quite expecting more chatter by reducing boundaries
to a closer focus. How do I reach the soft folds?
The challenge to come back to the same practice