Words can be descriptive, preparatory, communicative. But I'm beginning to understand their original function and capacity to DO things. The first reason a word was made was to have a power - to soothe, sparkle, pierce, open, smother - and a million other things. They get done by saying them, writing them, hearing them, reading them.
So let me back up - the same with those actions, for which I just assigned descriptive words - and these movements I do. Of course, movements can also just be descriptive, preparatory, communicative - but they ultimately have power to enact. It's simple common-sense truth: that doing things does things - and the hardest to grasp. This is magic, but not the way we've commonly been taught to understand that word.
What I don't know is if a well-practiced move or a sponteneous move has more power - or some combination of the two - or if it just depends on the circumstance.