He later explains that the illogical is liberating, that the impossible opens new paths. "Today, you will dance Hamlet in a world of frogs."
Although he will sometimes correct a pose or explain the elementary movement of the body, he generally avoids imposing the slightest technique; it is up to the student to create whatever techniques are necessary. Ono is there to open up the imagination, to help discover the soul. He guides the student so that he can become like "the creator of the world, he who has no identity, he who existed before the appearance of the individual. Then, all is but a game."
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