A knack for players studying keyboard instruments. Often taboo in earlier times.
Regularly look at the keys to know which key, or keys to play.
In addition, do not look at your hands (possibly feet) or fingers too often. This leads to stumbling. So primarily look at the keys.
Compare it to jumping from stone to stone to cross a small stream. In this case, you do look at your feet as much, but more at the stones. And not just at the next stone, but to the whole range of stones, according to the pattern of the stones. When you do this, everything will become automatic.
It is not a heal all or silver bullet, but in most cases it works effectively.
Using this method even people who have never played the piano can play a composition- a composition that does not look easy on paper.