Something that has been helping me lately is going from seated training, to standing, then movement. Get the subtleties with seated practice, the maintain the subtleties as you stand up, then as you are standing, get your posture and everything in order, then move on to movements. The more complicated/difficult the movements, the more of your weakness come to light. I've been repeating this process over and over and it becomes increasingly easier to 'tap' into the more subtle changes without needing to sit down and focus first. I'm still one of the worst practitioners here, IMO, but I thought I'd jump in on this one anyway.
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