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I sat on my bed, I said write down that thought, that idea that you thought, it was good. I did not write it, now few weeks later I forgot. Will I remember it again?

What happens with all the ideas we have and we don’t follow up? were exactly on the brain do they get store? it might and rightly so not even be pass on as electric kick. But is it that what we call invisible? all the information that goes and pass through without us recording it consciously.

I really want to remember! It was a good one, why did I not write it down, I thought of it twice and I reassured myself that I did not need it to write it down because it was so clear that I will not forget.

Is this an act of reveling the evoked and not found?

And that brings me to the idea of evoked v found.

Of course it sound trivial but if we look for the word evoked the meaning is ‘bring or recall (feeling, memory or image) to the conscious mind’ Latin word is evocare; from e- (variant of ex-)‘out of, from’ + vocare ‘to call’.

In that sense it is a call for out of somewhere.

In performance the fundamentals is the call a movement out of the self. First, the movement is automatic mostly cliché, stereotypical, then together with the persistence something else appears what I like to see as a primordial movement. Primordial in the sense of unknown to the body. Often not even be able to capture for repetition.

Or somehow expert intuition.  The importance of knowing how in a skillful way is relevant to the practice and creation processes.


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