Letting the Mind do the work begins with thinking about the work.
LET THE MIND DO THE WORK.
What IDEA does this statement lead us to?
There is no doubt that the mind plays a vital indeed critical part in all and any movement.
If we do not think it, it simply does not happen, quite literally.
So on one level LET THE MIND DO THE WORK could be as straightforward as being aware of what we intend to do.
INTENTION is most definitely a component, but there must be more for it to manifest itself dynamically.
All movement is the result of an impulse from our brain that informs the nervous system to move the muscles.
Letting the mind do the work is not Mindfulness.
Be very weary about Mindfulness, my advice is to avoid it, and any that speak it.
Letting the Mind do the work is not circulating Chi or any other esoteric IDEA.
Be very weary of talk of esoteric forces, again, avoidance is advised.
Letting the Mind do the work begins with thinking about the work and nothing else.
It begins with simply thinking anything and seeing if it resonates with the work.
The ultimate aim of training is INCLUSION.
How do we include all of the attributes of all of the FORMS into one single whole, it is only when we do this that we begin to approach what Wing Chun IS.
This is where the work begins.
This is where one movement lives.
This is the Mind thinking.