In short, the “opening was there”; that is, the piece exists, just as the space to fit exists for the centipede.

Yes – there’s about 3 bumps.  But that’s practice.  How many wires did it go under? :P

I’ll give an analogy: I play music by ear.
I hear a song and I want to play it on the piano or whatever.

After bumping my head a few times on the wire as it were; making mistakes and what not, within a few minutes, I get the song right.

It feels like unlocking a door and stepping through it.

In short, the “opening was there”; that is, the piece exists, just as the space to fit exists for the centipede.

But it’s stepping through a doorway that’s already present.

The environment engages with the self as the self engages with the environment. They’re not separate but have a relationship.

It sounds weird but our languages weren’t designed to describe the process properly.  Our languages and concepts are the product of “This does that” rather than “This affords the opportunity for that”.

We can say that, but it sounds odd to our ears.

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