I have recently started playing my cello in a string quartet and it is coming to my awareness that a string quartet is a physical manifestation of Unity In Motion.
The Movements of Unity In Motion are designed to match our skeletal form with the planes of three-dimensional space. In this practice all segments of the body work synchronistically together to produce one flowing motion. As the body becomes aligned in this three-dimensional relationship of centering and resistance gives way, it naturally enters into the momentum of the fourth dimensional field.
The string quartet uses the music of great composers as its form. This form of each piece of music exists as a reality and it is up to the players to connect to the form that is already there (as the student of Unity In Motion learns to connect with the three-dimensional field). In this regard each player (as in Unity In Motion each segment of the skeleton) has its own part to play. Each part is completely independent and at the same time dependent on the other. When the group is playing in synchronicity it can be said to enter into the fourth dimensional field of momentum where the music is being played and received at the same time. This is an elatingly beautiful experience.
I believe it is true that each encounter of our lives, if examined, has the potential of becoming an expression of Unity In Motion.