"One well-known scientist says that if you try to describe your feelings, you will get a story about physical action. I will add that the closer the action to the physical, the less is your risk to rape the feeling."
We often talk about how making body act strict is less effective than giving it an internal task and letting it find it's own way. Not to just "hold the embrace", but understand why is it necessary at the first place. Then many details become obvious; the ones we haven't noticed while we constructing the form instead of taking care of the content.
For those who are interested in the inner action, the motion logic and the body freedom, I recommend the books of Konstantin Stanislavsky (www.stanislavskiy.info/in_english/34.html?f...
). First of all, "An Actor Prepares" in which many psycho trainings and images for the "inner truth" are described.
Enjoy your reading and dancing!