Metastabilizing Procedure

To increase adaptive capacities,
it is recommended to set the system

into Metastable state [M]
[M] maintains stability
when disturbances
are relatively small.
A small perturbation
does not bring the system
out of its current state
// resilience
A big perturbation
will shift it
towards a new state.
#fluidity #fluency #relaxation #connectedness
In order to achieve metastable state~form,
and maximize their adaptive capacities
several interacting rhythm~loops
should be established.
/* walking and breathing;
regular exercise and eating;
daily tactical meetings +
weekly governance meetings;
120bpm beat + ambient sample loop;
Those parallel processes
will keep each other in check
and can bring the system back
to the state of non-equilibrium stability
when one of the processes goes astray.

set your attention 
to the area 
of your center
body: 2cm below navel;
system: critical tension points, hubs;
situation: origin;
set your breathing 
// i.e. enriching procedure
to a stable constant rhythm, 
inhaling into the center, 
activating the gut neurons.

let every inhalation 
spread to the whole [body sphere] 
for full activation 
of all body parts 
// system elements
and the immediate surrounding.

imagine a wave 
that is spreading 
through the whole body (system): 
starting from the center 
towards the top 
then bottom, 

following a closed trajectory 
connect the breathing rhythm 
to internal count and movement 
(for example, steps, heartbeat, 
circadian rhythm, master clock, etc.) 
for internal phase~beat 

set internal rotation 
following ∞ trajectory (horizontal 8), 
in the area of the center 
  (visible or invisible). 
sync the rotation with breathing.
  (part of trajectory inhale, part – exhale)

/* for example: right forward, right backwards, 
 left forward, left backwards, right forward, etc. */

pendulum breathing and movement:
phases of movement are in sync
with the phases of breathing
(the breathing rhythm is leading the movement)
breathing in motion –
in order to increase elasticity of breathing
and nervous system: inhale on 1 step, exhale on 1 step
(inhaling through nose, exhaling through mouth).
inhale on 2 steps, exhaling on 2 steps…
and so on until 10, then “de-escalate” down to 1.
further – continue walking
but counting inside (not with the steps),
moving the speed and velocity
of your movement,
stopping sometimes,
making sure the breathing rate
stays the same
(2-3 counts inhale, 2-3 counts exhale)