The exercises with this idea are the same as those for the first one. Begin with
the things that are near you, and apply the idea to whatever your glance rests
on. Then increase the range outward. Turn your head so that you include whatever
is to either side. If possible, turn around and apply the idea to what was
behind you. Remain as indiscriminate as possible in selecting subjects for its
application, do not concentrate on anything in particular, and do not attempt to
include everything in an area or you will introduce strain. Merely glance easily
and fairly quickly around you, trying to avoid selection by size, brightness,
color, material, or relative importance to you.
Take the subjects simply as you see them. Try to apply the exercise with equal ease to a body or a button, a fly or a floor, an arm or an apple. The sole criterion for applying the idea to anything is merely that your eyes have lighted on it. Make no attempt to include anything particular, but be sure that nothing is specifically excluded.