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    Default Pleasure and Our Senses

    As a literate individual my eye was privileged, and as I make dancing to rock 'n' roll my spiritual exercise, all my senses are being democratised.

    I am discovering the pleasure of my visceral sense, the pleasure of my proprioceptive sense, and the pleasure of my tactile sense.

    Sure, rock 'n' roll has killed the book, and brought alive all our senses.

    For proprioception click What is Proprioception? - YouTube.

    For our visceral sense click Somatic vs visceral - YouTube.

    For Marshall McLuhan on our tactile sense, click Marshall McLuhan 1976 - Television extending the tactile sense - YouTube.
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    Are there any specific songs you like dancing to, Mole?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luminous View Post
    Are there any specific songs you like dancing to, Mole?
    Yes, Luminous, I like dancing to Alpenzusjes, click Alpenzusjes - Wienie Wienie - YouTube. They are talented, genuinely enjoy themselves, and have a good sense of humour.

    And Alpenzusjes are Dutch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mole View Post
    Yes, Luminous, I like dancing to Alpenzusjes, click Alpenzusjes - Wienie Wienie - YouTube. They are talented, genuinely enjoy themselves, and have a good sense of humour.
    Cool, thank you for sharing it!
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    Proprioceptive is a nice word, click Proprioception and kinesthesia | Processing the Environment | MCAT | Khan Academy - YouTube, and it speaks to every muscle in our body. Our muscles like being talked to, particularly by music.

    Normally we move our muscles en block, but each muscle longs to respond individually to the music.Each muscle wants to do its own dance, and loves to dance with the other muscles.

    Like a puppy our muscles show us their pleasure when we take them out for a dance.

    It is called isometric dancing, where each muscle dances with every other muscle, and becomes euphoric, and at times, ecstatic.

    I grew up where we were warned to avoid ecstatic pleasure, to cut it off before it got going. But we find ecstatic pleasure is self limiting, and when we allow it to have its fill, it is satisfied.

    For isometric dancing click Dancer Arms Workout - YouTube, and remember we can dane isometrically even sitting down.

    Or you might prefer the isometric twist, click Isometric Twist -- Brave Combo - YouTube.

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    There are two ways of dancing - the outer way, and the inner way.

    The outer way is for performance for other people, and reaches its heights in ballet, while inner dancing is not for performance, but rather to change our inner life.

    So no one sees our inner dancing, but we feel it. Inner dance is a spiritual exercise that leads to pleasure, ecstasy, and transformation.

    Many of us feel self conscious dancing because we think the only dance is for performance, but inner dance is done just for us.

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