There is an English expression, Mto hold forth," which means talking or moving a lot, and this holding pattern enables you to do exactly that. If you protrude your head forward, your voice will project more, as your whole energy field shifts off your center forward. When Holding Forth, you can usually push forward quite easily but may have difficulty pulling backward. Your physical body is constantly trying to keep from falling forward, hence the muscular tension specific to Holding Forth.
You may see many examples of this pattern in people around you, often in combination with other patterns of holding tension. Even sitting, many people have a tendency to keep Holding Forth. It is particularly noticeable in those drivers who hold their heads forward as if someone is pulling them in that direction by the nose. This holding pattern may be responsible for road rage and other belligerent behaviors on the road.
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