Might Mean
Drive: motivation, willfulness, impetuosity, call to adventure, taking risks, impatience, hurry, speed, nervousness, difficulty sleeping, inflammation, burnout
Movement: change, travel, mobility, moving on, going from door to door,  wandering, getting lost, transience, instability, unsettled life, restless, never ending quest   
Improvisation: alertness, spontaneity, novelty, excitable, autonomy, living in the moment, instinct, uncontrolled, not thinking, reactiveness, domino effect, urgency, hypervigilance
For Example
Movie Clips & Videos:

The Beauty of Nomadland

Fleeing from one life to the next – The Bare Necessity

"The slower we move the faster we die" – Up in The Air

"It is characteristic of the Western mind that it has no concept for Tao. The Chinese character is made up of the character for 'head' and that for 'going.' Wilhelm translates Tao by Sinn (meaning). Other translate it as 'way,' 'providence,' or even as 'God,' as the Jesuits do... 'Head' can be taken as consciousness and 'to go' as traveling by a way, thus the idea would be: to go consciously or the conscious way."
– C.G. Jung, quoted in The Inner Journey by Barbara Hannah, p.33

"The ego is presumably brought into existence by the collision of the body with the environment, and –one a subject is present– goes on developing by collisions with the outer world 'and' the inner world."
– Barbara Hannah, The Inner Journey, p.70

This Too Shall Pass – OK Go

"It is the drive of the instincts that makes life worth living; without it, life is merely momentary and fragmentary. Is it this drive that gives life form and meaning... It is necessary to have some understanding in order to feel in harmony with life, and this is the reason why initiation rituals were conceived and established... When you take these rites from the people they lose their sense of life, and then they just go from one cigarette to the next, one drink to the next."
– Barbara Hannah, The Archetypal Symbolism of Animals
Baba Yaga,     
The Little Prince – Geographer (Saint-Exupéry),     
The Opposite of Nostalgia (poem by Eric Gamalinda)
Once in a Lifetime (and How it Came About) – Talking Heads​​​​​​​, 
My Silver Lining (First Aid Kit) ​​​​​​​

My Silver Lining – First Aid Kit

Tarot: The Chariot
Mythology: Chariot AllegoryRatha Kalpana, Odysseus 
Alchemy: The Triple-Headed Eagle (Splendor Solis)
And The Flip Side Is

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