Diogenes (I am making this up, but it is a good story) trained his dog to follow him on an invisble leash. Together they would pantomime - "Dog saunters happily at end of tether." "Dog is dragged by leash, feet locked." "Dog snarls and is smacked on nose." "Dog stands on hindlegs and begs." In this way Diogenes and his dog taught the Wealth Advisors in Thebes. You can see why Diogenes lived in a Dumpster. I sometimes think I could learn more from Diogenes's dog than from the Master himself; my peers certainly have.