Clarity

A signal becomes clearer when it gets stronger and/or the noise that comes with it gets weaker.

A marca also becomes clearer when it gets stronger and/or the noise that comes with it gets weaker.

Removing noise is more important than making strong marcas: if dancing is driving, loud noise is a rough and unpaved road and little noise is a smooth and well-paved road. A smooth background is needed for intricacy, nuiance, fine expression, and depth.

Noise comes from two sources, physical and mental. A common physical source of noise is lack of balance. When a man’s body fluctuates while he struggles to keep balance, all those little movements can be perceived by the woman as conflicting and thus confusing marcas, albeit small. To avoid this, he must first be able to stand stably alone and then walk stably alone. If he can do these, he will not make her confused due to his own instability.

A common mental source of noise is indecision. When a man thinks about going forward, almost starts to go forward, changes his mind to going sideways, almost starts to go sideways, and yet again changes his mind to going forward, all these half-decisions can be transmitted to the woman as conflicting and thus confusing marcas, albeit small. If you cannot decide what to do among several options, just choose one. This indecision usually comes from the doubt about what would be the best sequence. By choosing one and following through, you will know the result of that decision, and based on the result of such decisions, be able to construct your own sequence step by step.