Have two friends walk toward you and at the same time close the distance between themselves. Your job is to pass between them without touching or with little contact and to remain calm. If you sense you are too late simply avoid them altogether and try another time. After all of you work on this add some eye contact with one of them in order to create an attachment and to draw or push him but without aggression (stay with your self and in yourself) Add movement to draw and control their actions in the form of extending your arms to the sides and relaxing them, tilting your body toward one of them and moving and teach yourself to note how they act and how this effects them. This is a way to learn to control others via your awareness and relaxation and it is important to be sure of yourself and avoid attaching to much importance to what happens.
Have all of you do this drill and than repeat it with one eye closed and with a lot of regard to your breathing.

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Sharon Friedman

Student and teacher of movement and Martial art. Husband and Father. I can rebuild you, I have the technology :)

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