An attempted representation of the basic Gorean standing lesha / bracelets position in the "Labanotation" dance writing system. The central columns indicate simple standing, while the columns immediately outside the box indicate that the shoulders are pulled back (part of the usual adjustments of stomach, chest, and shoulders in Gorean positions in which the torso is vertical). The next columns outside the box indicate that the hands are held vertically downwards. The connecting arcs at the bottom, and symbols directly above them, show that the back of the left wrist is touching the left back of the pelvis area, and the back of the right wrist is touching the right back of the pelvis area. Finally, the rightmost column indicates that the head is turned left with chin raised.
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|current||15:51, 25 July 2020||649 × 600 (7 KB)||AnonMoos||final version before font release|
|13:04, 6 March 2016||649 × 600 (7 KB)||AnonMoos||further visual adjustments|
|21:18, 28 February 2016||649 × 600 (7 KB)||AnonMoos||slight visual fix|
|01:33, 7 December 2015||600 × 556 (6 KB)||AnonMoos||adjust bottom arcs to fit new visual appearance of diagram|
|05:23, 16 November 2015||600 × 556 (6 KB)||AnonMoos||minor visual fix (meaning of diagram stays exactly the same)|
|09:24, 5 October 2015||600 × 600 (7 KB)||AnonMoos||An attempted representation of the basic Gorean standing ''lesha'' / bracelets position in the "Labanotation" dance writing system. The central columns indicate simple standing, while the columns immediately outside the box indicate that the shoulder...|