To become an artist or expert in calligraphy,
one has to practice word by word and stroke by stroke
until the spirit of the practice gets into one's mind.
Chinese brush calligraphy can temper a person into a state in which one can apply subconsciousness taken from the daily practice
to control the concentration of ink
and the compatibility of font and size of each piece or word.
Diffusing ink blots and dry brush strokes are viewed
as a natural and free impromptu expression.
All the varieties of the operation depend on the mental exercise
that coordinates the mind and the body to perform and sense the proper way of expressing the content of the passage.