Liquid dancing is a free-form style of dance or movement that is characterized by the realistically implied presence of some moving force across, through, or from your person. This tends to be associated with the preferred dance style of certain ravers, but it can also be observed in martial arts, tai chi, traditional ethnic dances, ballet dance, mimes, gymnastics, and even figure skating. For a fairly good example of liquid dancing, watch The Drunken Master with Jackie Chan, and check the scene where he's going through all the forms from the book. Many Zen Ravers feel that liquid dancing is a form of walking meditation, a state of meditation that is achieved through motion, and that is believed by the Zen Buddhists to be the highest form of meditation.