Place your hands in your pockets and go for a walk. Climb up and down some stairs with your eyes closed and over low fences and hedges. Move over or under rocks and limbs of trees and note to yourself how your body wishes to reach out and make contact and how you manage to find a way to pass even if you are used to using your hands. For example stand before a low fence with sharp or at least uncomfortable tips at the top side and walk it’s length. Find the best place to pass it or change as you go along and slowly move over it using anything but your arms and hands. Remember that nature gives you a chance but once. Do what you can to make it a good one and the rest is in other hands.