||When we are born into the world,
we have eyes to see, ears to hear, a nose to smell, and a mouth to eat.
Color, sound, odors, and flavors all appeal to our natural sensory endowment;
gestures and steps and the various functions of our limbs are all derived
from our natural endowment for movement. Considering this carefully, is
it without reason that, while similar in nature but different in habits,
we have lost our original enowment? Thus, wishing to regain our original
endowment, it is impossible to discover our movement potential without physical
exercise or to find the source of consciousness without intellectual activity.
This then leads us to movement with consciousness. With mobilization, there
is sensation; and with movement, awareness; without mobilization, there
is no sensation; and without movement, there is no awareness. When mobilization
reaches its peak there is movement, and when sensation reaches its peak
there is awareness. Movement and awareness are easy, but mobilization and
sensation are difficult. By first seeking to develop conscious movement
in yourself and realizing it in your own body, you will naturally be able
to know it in others. If you seek it first in others, it is likely you will
miss it in yourself. It is essential that you understand this principle,
and the ability to interpret energy follows from this.