That’s one of the most helpful pointers for a wide range of practices.
Slow down in resting with what’s here. Looking. Holding something in kind presence. Training a stable focus.
Find a way to do it so you would want to do it forever.
Most of us have a tendency to want to skip ahead, or avoid feeling or looking at what’s here. Slowing down is an antidote to this. If it feels threatening, include that in the rest. Inquire into it. See if it’s from deep caring (wishing to protect you?). See how it is to meet the fear or apparent threat with kindness.
How would it be to slow down, as an experiment?
Is it true it’s uncomfortable? Too much? Dangerous? A threat?