Spontaneity is acting in the moment, in accordance with what exists in the moment. But this in no way implies acting without consideration of the future results of one’s acts.
For an act to be truly spontaneous, it has to spring from emptiness.
Spontaneity is the empty clarity that totally accepts the patterns that are perceived without being conditioned by them. There is no sense of strategy or manipulation according to concepts of self-enhancement or self-fulfilment.
p100 and 101, Wearing the Body of Visions, Ngakpa Chögyam, Aro Books, 1995, ISBN 1-898185-03-4