Byproducts of deep learning are the layers of understanding that form as you go.
Early learning can be as simple as matching up a technique name with a specific movement. Later, with more study, the movement you thought was the technique was just a few body shapes you copied; and the technique was an interaction with someone else. Further on, you may see the interaction between you & another as a set of intentions and opportunities that resulted in an exchange.
And it extends further until shapes blend together and interactions stretch into one experience.
Through it all: you are right, but not for the reasons you think you are.
I have a need to match up explanations with my understanding. At each stage, my reasoning is sound. Most times, the effect of a technique matches up with my application of it and things make sense. That is, until I refine my learning and my technique. The execution becomes a little better and the results are more satisfying.
The discovery of the principle is an ever-regenerating fountain, but it doesn’t flow because of my mind’s reasoning.