I've played for 11 years now. For the first 9 years, I tuned to EADG. After that I bounced around between a few different tunings but have finally settled on DGCF for the foreseeable future. I’ve been in this tuning for the last 3 months, and have probably used this tuning for the last 10 months in the last year and a half (on and off). I’ve tried doing scales and playing notes along the neck while reciting the note names, as well as playing old songs I learned in EADG in the new tuning, but no matter what I do, I can’t seem to stop comparing the new tuning to the old. For example, if I’m looking for the G on lowest string, I’ll usually tell myself “it’s two frets higher than the 3rd fret”, instead of just telling myself it’s the 5th fret. When I’m playing a song I played in EADG, I tell myself to fret the notes two frets higher. Is there anything I can do to wipe the EADG tuning from my mind, or is it going to take another 9 years before the new tuning has the same influence as the old?