The spontaneous movement is responsible of our formation during pregnancy. It is what made us be born, grow up, and what keeps us alive.
Through the internal and external spontaneous movements, we carry out our vital functions and express our lives. When the demands of our surrounding, conditioning or inhibiting situations prevent us from being ourselves, we cannot perform our spontaneous movement, we store our inhibited vitality, and our organisms get weak.
The persistent blocking of the external movement affects our internal movement and as a result physical disorders and psychic uneasiness appear. This implies health problems.
When the spontaneous movement stops, life is over.