Actually, good riding is a Zen thing. When you become truly proficient on the bike, you will actually forget its under you. You will start feeling the road thru the contact patches, and your movement and movement of the bike will feel as one. It is at that point that any corrections tend to become automatic, allowing your focus to remain on your path and the surrounding environment. How do you get to this point? Ride, ride, ride. Training, training, training...then more ride, ride, ride. LOL
Constantly work on your riding technique. Take classes. Look to other good, experienced riders and talk with them. I ride with a couple of different groups, both on the track and on the street. We will routinely discuss lines, corners, techniques together. We should all be learning constantly. I learn something everytime I go out on a track session. The challenge is when you start to develop real skill. At that point it is like any other activity. The more skilled you become, the more of a challenge it is to advance that skill. Of course, if it wasn't a challenge, it wouldn't be any fun!