The other way is to not focus on anything in particular and just imagine that you're sitting quietly on a beach. Expect thoughts and distractions to come, because they will. But when they do, imagine that they are boats, in motion, sailing across in front of you. They are there, so notice them when they appear, but don't get on the boats or get up, just stay sitting where you are on the beach (mentally) and allow yourself to notice them and them and then they will continue on and watch them recede and stay where you are. If you feel emotions, imagine they are waves rising and falling. You can still meditate with thoughts and emotions, it's normal, just be removed from them and treat them as temporary and stay rooted.
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