In class, a teacher competes to retain leading initiative; students within the class compete for initiative. This results in an adversarial relationship between students, where the student may develop increasing competition for initiative and seek the rewards of achievements. This is a form of competition habitating competitive behavior.
In class, the lack of knowing and the award of knowing are pointed to; it too is essenceless; beyond is, beyond isn’t, beyond is and isn’t, beyond neither is nor isn’t.
Within keiko, a master goes beyond initiative; practitioners within the field explore initiative. This results in an exploratory relationship among practitioners, where the practitioner may develop penetrating insight and arrive at paths of realization. This is an expression of de-habitating mutual behavior.
With keiko, the superpositioning of <emptiness|samsara> is pointed to; it too is essenceless; beyond is, beyond isn’t, beyond is and isn’t, beyond neither is nor isn’t.
This is most helpful for realization.
Habitation may leak through classes and keiko. The explorative behaviors and expression may leak into classes and the competitive behaviors and shapes may leak into keiko.
It is important for the practitioner to note whether there is a net increase or decrease in skillful activity beyond class and keiko. Effluents of ignorance will be apparent with awareness and perceptive ability increased.