When Reydel creates, he is in a state of flow. As introduced by the Greek psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi in the 70s, the state of flow is when individuals' attention was fully absorbed during the intense activities of their callings. The back-and-forth communication and the interaction between his brush and consciousness are just like dancing the tango. He is fully in the altered state of consciousness, which is organic and flexible to shape any imageries on canvas as if they were "alive" and unpredictable. As a result, his paintings are so unique and original.