That question sounds backwards to me but it's not necessarily one that's correctable. You could think about it from the other end. There are different variations in how people experience/interact with their different awareness connections (current understandings of the state of...). For example, my spacial awareness is on full blast in my fingers as I type and in steadying my eyes to focus on my task. But the spacial awareness that I'm most thankful for and most protective of its development upkeep is my instinctual/subconscious/automatic spacial awareness. This type can be simply bringing and understanding (or having it brought) to your attention BUT not actually letting yourself process the information for any purpose. You're not analyzing what it is, what it means/could mean, how to interact/access it, what decisions to make regarding it... none of that. It's the neutral, relaxed stage between "getting it" and allowing your mind to flex its control. Like catching a glass as it falls out of the cupboard because something in my sensed it was going to and because your hand nerves overwrote some slower signals that would have had to travel all the way to the brain/mind connection center and back to the muscles.. just like your hand taking itself off of a hot stove. You're brain still has to check out the hand to confirm what the cause of the pain is, even though part of you was already fully understanding in the moment (aware-nessing) the event. Eventually, you let your brain go back to task management and the shock treatment version of awareness relaxes.
On the other side of the extreme, if it were made obvious to me that you had no awareness of your own inner spacial awareness, it might look like this for example: We'd be in our seats at a football stadium. I'd be at your side looking strait ahead and back to the game after our team scored a field goal. I might hear you (without turning my eyes away from the action) expressing how your biceps hurt and you're starting to lose feeling in your fingers. I look over after processing what you said in a genuine manner, and you've got a irritated look on your face confirming that you actually don't know why you feel that away.
You've obviously (and very strangely in this example) lost your connection to your spacial awareness so I share my new found understanding with you so that you may regain an awareness of your actual situation. "Could it be because your arms are still in the "It's Good"/field goal gesture?"