The Living Force
Endymion said:Cs 941103 said:A: Hyperkinetic sensate.
This description of the effects of the wave is really fascinating and thought-provoking. Here are some definitions of 'hyperkinesia', 'hyperkinetic' and 'sensate', which give more insight into the implications of the C's statement.
We can see that people thus affected would be likely to be characterized by various degrees of physical acting out and immature behaviour, pretty much what we see in our societies today. And thinking further, we can consider that without stress reduction in all its forms – emotional, dietary, psychological – and removal of the causes of uncontrollable muscular movement, such as deeply held trauma and so on, the human body will be easily overwhelmed by the Wave and its associated 'hyperkinetic sensate'. Without self-work, people will be swept away and drowned by the Wave.
Relating to or characterized by abnormally increased, usu. uncontrollable, muscular movement.
1 endowed with bodily senses: a sensate being
2 relating to or apprehended through the senses
Penguin English Dictionary 2003
1. An abnormal increase in muscular activity.
2. Hyperactivity, especially in children.
1. Perceived by a sense or the senses.
2. Having physical sensation.
This is an interpretation I hadn't considered, thanks. The C's use of words is always very interesting