Does that make sense, not sure what else to call that feeling of riding the spring back.
Coming up was not so successful tried the coming up onto fingertips that Boodie is talking about, but once I was up there I wasn't sure where to take it next, how to avoid pushing up through the hands and arms. I suspect it's to do with finding that springing action from the bottom up, probably increasing that angle again to get the hips forward, possibly bending the
legs to deepen the angle, then straightening them yet keeping the angle, voila, up you'll come, oh so easy to write, I can visualise it and everything, and yet........
This is what the Springiness reminds me of, kind of like I'm Jacob and the springiness is the Angel in Epstein's sculpture, holding me up. (If you ever come this way again Owl, this is the one I wanted to show you at the Tate that was all boxed up and in storage).
On the VK frount, Lotus sequence is going well. First day I had to unbind and stretch my legs a lot, this morning I only had to do that once, when you think your spending forty minutes in full lotus in this sequence, that's pretty good going. The most I tend to meditate for is Forty minutes at a time so if I can become comfortable in lotus for that long, I'll be most pleased. Nice sequence.