Moving in Three Dimensions
In the past few classes we have been talking about the twelve directions and how to become three-dimensional in our practice. All our energy is a three-dimensional spiral and we have to keep that in mind as we practice.
The twelve directions are made from six sets of opposing directions. We need the first three sets of opposing directions to create the three-dimensions in one space. These opposing directions are: up, down, front, back, left and right. However, we need three more sets of opposing directions to make the first three come alive. These opposing directions are: expanding, collapsing, moving closer, moving away, clockwise circle and counter-clockwise circle.
To practice with three dimensions, we really have to keep thinking of these opposing twelve directions at one time. We cannot lock our minds to see only one direction at a time. That’s the way I understand it.