Two years ago my shoulder froze, a writing-induced trauma. I was headed for steroid treatment and possibly surgery. A friend suggested tai chi, so I joined a class at the local community college. It helped unfreeze my shoulder. That got me in. The practice made me stay. Even gray-haired lady writer types can engage in this meditative martial arts practice.
A sample tai chi realization: "Keep your eyes on the horizon," the Sifu says.
Of course. Don't forget the big picture. Don't get bogged down in the clutter of details. Always remain mindful of that wide horizon you were after to begin with. Be conscious of what set you on the path to the story. Don't lose that in revision. Sounds familiar, no?