Question everything for half an hour. Whenever something turns up, check if it is merely an assumption or is based on something.
I think I need to do a bit more on this, but what strikes me so far...
stuff which has never been questioned. They are so familiar, normal that they almost slip under the radar.
Everything is happening very quickly. Lots of seeing, hearing.
Looking around in my kitchen for example, making toast and tea... The things that are seen are separated out and labelled, but that is too fast to see. There's a sense that I don't really look at any of the things - seeing happens and all of the items are very familiar - every cup, plate, the kettle etc. is very familiar. As I'm moving around doing tasks (ok tasks happening) it is almost as if one is seeing the remembered/recognised image of the things rather than experiencing the seeing properly. Similarly with the tasks themselves. For example, I get the margarine out of the fridge - I don't really 'see' the fridge or properly see the tub of margarine or look for it - reaching to where it is happens, the tub is recognised - the weight, colour, size is all as expected, and almost replaced by the remembered/expected experience of seeing it. It's hard to describe what I mean here. I think it's the same comfortable, familiar feeling though - just assuming what everything is - that I experienced with the idea of the witness. It's not a big deal when you are just assuming that thingy there is a cup, as knowing it is a cup gets confirmed right away, for example, by being able to actually use it as a cup (although 'cup' is just a concept about something that can be used in a certain way and looks a certain way). But if you are assuming something that was never verified, then things get problematic.