When your teacher demonstrates something for you, you are obligated to practice it,  or else you may invoke the following consequences of your own free will:
  1. Your teacher may not correct you because your actions have shown that you did not really want to learn the skill.
  2. You will not achieve the skill.
  3. If you learn the next stage of the skill, it will be weak because it has no foundation.
  4. Your skill will not rise to a high level until your attitude changes.

  (Bruce Frantzis) 

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