Enjoyment takes time and experience
Take time to enjoy and focus on the momentary mood, the sight, the smell, the taste, the sense of touch and the sound. Conscious enjoyment takes time, because it has to be developed over a longer period of time through positive and negative experiences.
Enjoyment must be allowed
If enjoyment is tabooed or sanctioned, feelings of guilt and anxiety arise, which prevent a true experience.
Enjoyment requires concentration on the sensory impressions
Enjoyment cannot be experienced alongside other activities. An experience of enjoyment needs the undivided attention, the "joy of snacking".
Less is more
Excess and enjoyment are incompatible, every favourite dish loses its charm when consumed too often or in too large quantities.
Decide for yourself what you enjoy: whether food or drinks, cycling, hobbies, traveling, ... Find out what gives you moments of delight.
Enjoyment is part of every day
For enjoyment, there must be no extraordinary stimuli - enjoyment should be part of your everyday life.