While the real nature and purpose of these movements can be understood only from the direct experience of practicing the movements, it nevertheless can be said that they lead to the attainment and maintenance of a more awakened state. The work at movements requires a double attention, learning the ordered combinations of gestures and positions, while striving to be aware of oneself as a whole. In this way the human organism is used as an apparatus for self study, for knowing oneself and confronting the internal question "Who am I?"