Practicing stillness can be shown through movement. Movement occurs in stillness. The bodily systems are circuits within that connect to circles outside. A practice that involves moving the body in circular ways connects inside and outside circles. When we view ourselves as actually being inside and outside circles, instead of "us" as a static ego-entity, then life is flowing more like water. When life is flowing like water we move from situation to situation without preconceived notions. Does water think about where its going next?
In my travels I acquired a book, "A Guide To the Bodhisattva's Way of Life" by Shantideva. In its section "Meditation", verses 10-15, it reveals a common situation in community groups, personal relationships, and in power struggles.
10 One moment they are friends And in the next instant they become enemies. Since they become angry even in joyful situations, It is difficult to please ordinary people.