Walking, dancing, body and words
Humans are the only known beings that walk upright. Our walk is as characteristic as our rational mind. They are related.
You can know about other people by looking at the way they walk. You can know yourself better if you can see yourself and see the way you walk. Others can know about you by paying attention at the way you walk.
You can improve yourself by improving the way you walk.
How is the life of an average American affected by the lack of walking that is becoming more and more a characteristic of the “American way of life”?
This is a very “American” problem, because the rest of the world walks, and a lot.
Tango has made an art of walking in company, with your partner, on the dance floor full of other couples.
Where else in real life would you walk as proud, happy, honestly and powerful, besides the dance floor of a true milonga?
Body and words:
How to talk about something without knowing it? Do we really know our body? Perhaps the ignorance of our body produces the ignorance of the materiality of the world in general, of its reality.
Learning to dance is as important as learning to talk.
Is it possible to learn to speak without the participation of another human being in the process? Would it be possible one day in the future for a baby to learn how to talk from machines?
Speech is transmitted only with the participation of our body, and when our body teaches others how to talk, we dance.
Language is an aspect of dance. A word that is not danced – that does not have the support of a body – is destructive, evil, anguishing, a dead end, conducive to perish, not alive.
True dancers do not talk too much.
If you are in the San Francisco Bay Area and want to learn to dance Tango, you can:
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