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2022年10月14日 豊田利晃

Part 2: 'Wander, but don't sink'

If you wander, you will get lost, but you will eventually find your way. Believing this, I have been thinking about the script while repeatedly travelling. That time of wandering is over, and we are now walking on a map called a script. That too is similar to a journey. It is nerve-wracking to walk not on a blank sheet of paper, but on a predetermined map, sometimes straying from the map, sometimes correcting it. The nerves are so frayed that it takes a long time before you feel like doing anything. This causes physical problems in the neck, shoulders and lower back. I go to acupuncture and physical therapy regularly, but sometimes it still doesn't get better. I am somewhat aware of what the cause is. When I visited a qigong teacher I know, he told me that I have a spirit of the dead following me. Two arms are hanging from my neck, he said. After having the spirit removed and having the chi flow corrected with qigong, I felt much better. It all depends on how you feel. With my improved body, I travelled around the Kansai region. Now I am back in Tokyo and working on the script once more. I still don't know how much money I will raise for the production, but I have decided to make the film. Let's move on.

 There is not much information I can give you at the moment, so I will gradually summarise the story of how I arrived at Transcending Dimensions and the two years of my life from the next issue.

 The photo shows a new work by Taiyo, which I read recently. Film and life are a bit similar.

14 October 2022 Toshiaki Toyoda





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