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Always choose to do the movement that promises the greatest enjoyment
- If another movement spontaneously appears that promises even greater enjoyment, then let go of the old way and go immediately after the new one.
- Make sure that the movement is not affected by fear. (eg: hesitating to move)
- Make sure that fear does not appear as enjoyment. (eg: hiding)
Always move in the best possible way, according to your abilities
- Use all your skills, imagination and talents to perform the movement
- Give your best with every move. The result is meaningless.
- When two paths of movement reveal at the same time, choose freely and observe if path proves fruitful.
- Follow the path of movement until it can not go on.
- When you arrive at the end of a path, choose the next movement that promises the utmost enjoyment.
- Be sensitive to perceiving that there is a way to choose a new one.
- Physical limitations, morality, legal boundaries and ethical standards are indicators of whether or not a path is over.
Perform a movement with absolutely no expectation of the result
- Understand that any expectation of a particular outcome may hinder a better outcome.
- A movement does not necessarily have to be the goal movement. It can be a preparation to guide you into an attitude from which the actual movement can be carried out.
Following the above rules instantly provides all the information and energy to
- to draw from the full range of possible movements without having to know them.
- to keep focus and high performance for a long time without exhaustion.
- Timing, form and intensity of the totality of all movements to bring a harmonious composition.
- to follow the path of the least resistance throughout the movement.
- to make the dance a mirror of your inner world.
- your blockages, inhibitions and fears become recognizable.
- to unlock all other ways of expressing enjoyment (voice, painting, sexuality, silence, etc.).
- to learn everything there is to know about dancing