A teacher, in some area, on some level, is more aware than you, and their skill is to lend you sufficient spirit to be similarly aware. The difficulty then is the struggle to remember when you no longer have the presence of their energy. What you recall of the external depends upon your visual memory largely, whereas what you recollect of the internal depends upon the degree of respect and reverence you have in your heart for the teaching.
Something always lurks beneath the surface. This is why it is so important to trust what you feel (in your heart) rather than what you sense.
"From a certain point onward there is no longer any turning back. That is the point that must be reached."
Be present, but never overbearing. In other words: listen and respect.
If you relax onto/into your supports they will sustain as well as maintain – they will give you energy and strength. This is especially true of the Earth.

If your humbleness doesn't make you more intense, more dangerous, more transformative, then you're doing it wrong.

Don't commentate; create!
Attend the point of contact with Earth. That's where the main action is. And everything done, thought or said should, ideally, start and come – spring – from there.
Everything and everyone you touch should spring into life.


"The courage to be is the courage to accept oneself, in spite of being unacceptable."
It is said that this path is impossible without a qualified master.
Feel the reality of the connexion, and mistrust sensation.


"The first duty of love is to listen."
The work is not about mastering a system or an art, but mastering yourself. This is what makes it spiritual.


The master takes you beyond yourself. Without which nothing is really possible. And you've mastered the art when you can do this for yourself.
Follow your nose and choose with the heart. And trust, above all else, your own feelings.