I took a mogul lesson this morning & instructor says to work on on "keeping my eyes up - looking ahead - and picking a line". I also tend to look down on the groomers/steeps, but did find I could ski ok on those when I'd look ahead.
So I spent the afternoon practicing on all kinds of bumps: planning 2-3 turns ahead, determining where I'd land & then executing the plan while keeping my eyes focused on the landing bump.
It was a disaster. I couldn't turn where I thought I was going to & rarely if ever landed where I'd planned & fell a lot. I actually just stayed down & cried for awhile at one point. It seems that I CAN'T TURN IF I'M NOT LOOKING AT MY SKIS... at least in the moguls.
Anyone here who's been able to "unlearn" looking down? What worked for you?