Question: What is real spontaneity?
Jean Klein: Spontaneity cannot be taught. There is only spontaneity in the absence of oneself. In a humble, simple nature there is spontaneity.
When a situation doesn't refer to you, when all your actions don't refer to a 'you', then there is spontaneous function because then there is no intention, no goal, no result you are looking for.
from: Transmission of the Flame