Let's have a quick review of how the practice of remembrance is different from other thoughts.
At first it may not be, it may be a thought competing with dozens of other thoughts. It may have its own weight and mass, playing bumper cars with other thoughts.
Sounds like it would just get in the way or even be a bit disorienting in everyday life.
Sure, it could seem to interfere with spontaneous action, but eventually, with practice and grace, that could change.
Meaning not making you disassociated, uncoordinated, or out of touch?
Far from it. More like integrated in a new and vital way in which spirit marshals a disparate psyche, where each part plays its role without stepping on each others' toes. Then there's a shift from thought to awareness that displaces nothing. Instead of a gap there's a continuity, and higher influence becomes a sensation instead of an abstraction.
What kind of sensation?
The thousand dollar question. No doubt experienced differently by each, though just as real as the sensation of body or self. The main thing is this state of remembrance can become clearly recognizable, clearly experienced and much less easily disrupted or distracted.