By Aselandblad
Flow as a Factor is about feeling, continuity, ongoingness, progression, and emotional involvement.

Flow is the baseline of Effort. It is responsible for the ongoing continuity of motions. Without any Flow Effort, movement is contained in a single initiation and action, which is why it is generally very difficult to remove Flow from movement. Because Flow deals with emotions, the expressive element of outpouring or containing feelings becomes important. 

Flow can be Free or Bound. It is important to remember that both Free and Bound Flow are about "going, going, gong." Often we think of flowing movement only in terms of Free Flow. Bound Flow is also about the way our movement "flows," but in a controlled way. 

©2011, Robin Konie, www.lmaeffortbank.com
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