NOA 2 & 6

NOA 2 – GIVING UP AND GIVING IN – TO LOOK, SEE, BE, FLY
 ‘Look-See–Be-Fly’ allows you to work directly with the emotional landscape which we all have within us to discover. Through short scenarios, how to use the Stage area to weave a performance.
NOA 6 – REAL-EYESING YOUR AUDIENCE

Six is the influence on the crowd, the audience. To read its mind. To know the truths, hidden in the audiences mind. Truths, as varied as their numbers.

JONATHAN KAY – 21st CENTURY FOOL ABOUT TWO AND SEVEN IN THE STRUCTURE

TWO AND SIX

TWO is a moment where, taking courage and openness, you/I begin to reveal by standing out, by being focussed on moving out, to begin on impulse this new beginning. 

I have begun before but it is not historical. Yet it is by familiar actions that we begin again to make mistakes, but in our innocence as we comprehend mistakes they are yet a learning. We have hopes: that we don’t make the same mistake! or that we may conform in some way so as to be accepted with our mistakes.

In TWO we will make jumps into the unknown and a lot of our self-judgements are displaced into an audience – all the reasons for not making this move into TWO, for not making the mistake of beginning anything! I will show my colours and be judged, I will release hidden thoughts that flood from my own suppressed, dammed-up feelings, and they will begin to come out in the audience.

Yet SIX is also here in this place… 

Six is the influence on the crowd, on the audience, and a reading of its mind. To know that truths hidden in the mind of the audience are as varied as their number, and to speak as one mind: the twin-ship as audience.

Travelling from the inner world, SIX is the balance that TWO is approaching. 

The timeless, inner world of SIX, is the twin-ship to the outer world of TWO, where the Twin stands in conflict,  not certain of anything, believing in myths without knowing their source. From the point of view of the outer world, the inner world appears as historical, as archetypal; dark and hidden. In SIX these myths can be realised as ‘Play, A play, The play’. They exist as a firm reality within the embrace between time and timelessness.There can be recognition that archetypal worlds, both diffused and maintained in the structure, can speak with an audience – like a traveller from a distant world – bringing truth to the audience whose conflicts and lives make this possible.

SIX is the transformed Fool: the one speaking the truth of Love.

TWO has yet to trust the unity of this twin-ship and is reluctant to know that such an inner world can be created, that it is instantaneous as the mind before thought, that there is the possibility of ‘create’ before ‘created’.

There is much about TWO that is our daily life of circumstances which the audience recognises as the everyday, judgmental voice of scandals: the hidden voices preaching inner judgements and speculations, which work in union with each other to cause temporary truths to suit changeful situations. This commentary and demonstration is the way of all our actions that are ‘created’, groomed and taught.

Capitulating is to be able to ‘give up’ and ‘give in’ to the inner world, where ‘create’ exists timelessly.

This interface is a huge place in our contemporary struggle, where judgement easily undermines personal confidence. In TWO this is ‘suffered’; in SIX it is ‘run’: handled, tamed, and is available to teach well into the mind of space. These conflicts between TWO and SIX are amazing interconnected attachments to the world of the Structure.

This is some of what TWO/SIX are about.