The element of compromise in the body
4. It is usually the teacher that initially
observes the escape, rather than the
area of the body where the mind is.
This is another example of an
involuntary, as in unconscious, response
to a voluntary, as in conscious, movement.
Thus, for example, in Āsana what we try
to do can have different responses:
Such as what we want to happen,
and what we don’t want to happen.
If voluntary intentions produce
involuntary responses, then you can
lose touch with what is happening.