2. Feeling your blood pressure: The small blood vassals are easier to monitor at start so feel the blood rushing through your ears and fingers where capillaries are full and note to yourself how full are they. Continue to the face and hands where you are aided by the location of many skin sensors and through this process you will gain an awareness to your blood pressure.
3. Feel your temperature: To feel your temperature you need to remember that the body temperature is usually a little higher than that of the limbs and extremities such as ears and fingers. Once you have this in mind place a hand on your heart and feel the temperature shift. Feel the air moving on your fingers and note to yourself beyond simple annoyance if you are hot or cold and are you producing more heat than the air is taking from you. Note the connection between all these factors and once you pay attention control will follow.