and non-proprietary (read: completely
freed) movement for the non-mediated experience of suchness (see buddhism's "tathata") in the hands of the experiencer's complete curious
creativity of surrender and struggle as is, becoming whatever is allowed by the experiencer's senses moment to moment.
Bey's long essay
Immediatism for the genesidal match which brought its carbon smell to the room and hence forth the "natural law" of chaos which brought it back into the storms.
"One day immediatism will be propagated on every cereal
box, and not on the back, nuh uh, on the front
where we stab with with
our knives! I always wanted to feed my bare feet round yellow
Crunch Crunch Crunch.