Daily activity often involves repetition, a rhythm that establishes itself over years of movement, thought, and perception patterned within the quotidian. It may feel like there is very little room to break free, however much we desire to do so. At the same time, there remain practices that do not easily fit into the mold of standard repetition. These include the fantasy world of the imagination, as well as any waking activity that stems beyond mere economic function: socializing with friends and family, art as therapy, or bodily practices like exercise and meditation.