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Friday, April 4, 2014

Can the human being react free, and at once: This is what happens in meditation.

When a person is aware of a danger, there happens an instant action; the instinctive, immediate reaction of the body and the memory.

From childhood Man has been used to meet a danger in this way, so that his being at once reacts in order to avoid physical destruction.

The Life Artist must ask, whether it in the same way is possible to act immediate, spontaneous, when something is seen - without that it happens on the bases of your historical limited background.

Can the human being react free, and at once, to any kind of distortion of the experience, and therefore act spontaneous? 

That will say an action where sensation, action and expression, are a wholeness, where they are total, and not divided in fragments?

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