Aviv: Another way to look at the orchestra is that we are the orchestra of all the people that we’ve interacted with, and certainly all the people that influenced us: parents, brothers, sisters, other people that shaped us in our upbringing. And the point of your story is, do you let that part of the orchestra run on autopilot? Or do you actually make a choice? Who do you choose to be, in all these characters?
Kyriaki: I was thinking also about the practicality of why do we have to develop many lives? I think one life can enhance the other life. Let's say our body’s tired. So the voice of our body says we are really tired. But if the voice of our inspiration comes in, or if the power of our vision, or if the fertilization from our passion and love about something comes in, then the stamina, the potency,
the strength is multiplied. The same with a trauma, let's say we have a trauma, but then we acquire some wisdom in our life and that can heal this trauma. Or if we have a fear, then our logic, or our wish, can overcome that fear. And we can dare to go out and play, and have our say, and not be shy.
So I was thinking how these lives can have synergy and can help one another. Whilst if we think we are only one thing, it's really like you have a Porsche and you drive it like it's a Volkswagen.
The empowering part of it is that you do not need to be stuck in what the world has turned you out to be. You don't need to be stuck even in who you think you are. You probably are a better dancer, you're probably a better singer, you probably have more creativity than you would give yourself credit for - so I think that's very liberating.