Dr. Vijai S Shankar MD.PhD.
Published on www.academy-advaita.com
31 May 2019
Dancing is a natural instinct to rhythm and induces spontaneous, uncontrollable, and unpredictable movements in man and woman. Man, woman and child experience dancing as a phenomenon of moving to rhythm.
Knowledge informs man and woman that dancing is real. Knowledge implies dancing that physically exists and is done by them by moving the body to the rhythm in music.
Knowledge informs man and woman that dancing is real, because knowledge informs man and woman that they are able to touch and feel the ground by their feet due to dancing.
The facts of teaching dancing are convincing and to knowledge the facts are irrefutable. To the wise the facts of knowledge regarding dancing are nevertheless refutable by deep logic and reason.
What is the wisdom of dancing is the question?
Wisdom reveals that every moment in life is precise and the moment is neither late nor early. Wisdom reveals that movement within the moment due to evolution is precise and it is neither late nor early.
Wisdom reveals that the evolved movement within the moment is initially crude and eventually becomes refined as evolution evolves. Wisdom reveals that teaching dancing is precise as well.
Wisdom reveals that a teacher teaching dancing and the evolution of movements in man and woman are precise as well. Wisdom reveals that when a teacher teaching dancing synchronises with the evolution of crude movements of dancing in the dancer, it deceives the teacher that the dancer is beginning to learn dancing.
Wisdom reveals that when a teacher teaching dancing synchronises with the evolution of refined movements of dancing in the dancer, it deceives the teacher that the dancer has learnt dancing.
Knowledge takes teaching dancing for granted. Wisdom is grateful to life for its gift to a teacher of teaching dancing to man and woman.
The enlightened have rightly proclaimed that daily life is a dance of light and sound and that man is not the doer.
Author: Dr. Vijai S. Shankar
© Copyright V. S. Shankar 2019
Teaching of course embraces no end of human and animal activities. There are those who may choose the activity of dancing, which is especially associated with many types of sound, rhythmic and musical. Dance-teachers are available to provide instruction to enhance performance and regular lessons encourage participants as their technique improves. Celebrity status may also be the outcome of dedicated practice and training. Such is the assessment in knowledge. The wise, however, reveal in this article and elsewhere that man is not the doer. The act of teaching, in particular the act of teaching dancing to a man and woman, is a gift of the intelligence of life to the teacher. Understanding this reveals that daily life is a dance of light and sound.
Julian Capper, UK