The ready position with the left hand over the right hand signifies gentleness overcoming strength, our natural behaviour is to greet a person with calm and equanimity not aggression. The first move in this Kata shows water finding its own level, as you sink into the stance.
The first hand movements resemble a volcano which suggests the father of creation, as the eruption settles thus life is created, in time everything moves or changes.
Most of the techniques are double handed or supported, which indicates that human beings should exist as friends and that with a helping hand, life can exist without hardship or conflict.
All movements suggest this Kata to be the element of Earth, indicating logic isolating power.
Equanimity is a state of mental or emotional stability or composure arising from a deep awareness and acceptance of the present moment.
Chief Instructor OTGKA