Dissipative Regeneration Procedure
It may happen that the incoming impact is so strong,
that it is impossible to assimilate it into one’s structure
without breaking it.
In this case, if the impact has already happened,
regeneration has to be performed in order to fix things.
The easiest way is to send ripple-waves
through the whole structure,
regenerating it with the newly found rhythms
in the emptiness that ensues.
To dissipate tension across the
breaking it into little particles
// playing Tetris with tension
Specific sequences of initialization:
Fast burst breathing: inhale (through the nose, into the stomach) exhale (through the mouth) throw down all tension, send ripple waves through the whole bodymind form~structure
Take a pushup position, lower oneself to the floor, keeping the body~form, shift tension around different parts of the body + burst breathing
During a difficult conversation, find an object and start moving your hand along the object following chaotic-itinerancy patterns
Leave the room Be the first one to punch Run away Laugh
/* there’s a scene in Alejandro Jodorowski’s film where his parents appear to tell him that his childhood house has burned down. they seem to be angry and sad. after they leave to a hotel, Alejandro turns to his friends and tells them: “my house has burned down! que maravilloso!” (how wonderful). everyone starts to laugh */
To play Tetris moving the tension around the body To change occupation
This exercise shows how to stay resilient and flexible to external influence through constant movement and shifting of weight and balance, playing with tension as tetris in the body.
Also, when the tension is too high, you can do fast-paced breathing, inhaling through the nose, exhaling through the mouth, shaking the tension off from the body (see the end of the video).
This operation successively cross-activates tension knots (nodes) within a system in order to reduce its energy potential or to shift it to a new stable state. Similar procedures are used in politics (misinformation, post-truth). In nature they can be observed as ripple waves on top of a water surface.