When you stand, do so like the horse. Always in balance, always poised, never strained, never hurried, always
ready, always elegant, always tall.
When you sit, do so like the buffalo. Always compact, always near the Mother, at ease, unworried,
unhurried but with strength and stamina nearby.
When you walk, do so like the deer and elk. Each step firm but quiet, toes first onto the
path, a high lift with muscles ready, paced but always at the ready,