Let’s dance

Let’s dance

Imagine two dancers, dancing the Argentine Tango, very intense, staccato, and passionate.

The tango is a metaphysical concept.
An idea which can be interpreted.

If the male performer dances alone, the relationship he has between his own metaphysical self and the dance itself is obvious. He can express all his passion for the dance WITH the dance, as if dancing with his imagination.

The same is true also if the female performer if she were to dance her part alone. She can pour all her heart into her performance and her passion for her craft will be obvious to all. She too, can look as though she is dancing with an imaginary partner she is conjuring up in her minds eye.
She is dancing with her metaphysical self.
But when the male and female dancers come together, the male partner BECOMES the condensed, manifested embodiment of the metaphysical dance for the female, and the female BECOMES the condensed, manifested embodiment of the metaphysical dance for the male partner.
Together, a completed whole is created.

The dancer is NOT the dance itself !
The Concept or Idea is never created. These are the qualities of the metaphysical reality. Motion is required to express these Concepts. Our physical reality is a dance sequence which simulates the Creation Concept but, that Concept remains Still and Silent.

The dancers interchange in a rhythmic balanced way, because the female is acting in a physical way, one half of the metaphysical idea. Likewise, the male dancer is acting the opposite half of the metaphysical idea. Together they create a harmonised interpretation of the ‘Idea’ of an Argentine Tango.
The idea of the Argentine Tango has always existed, but has not always been expressed !
Femaleness is the physical body in motion which is paired with the metaphysical (male) idea. Likewise, maleness is the physical body in motion which is paired with the metaphysical (female) idea. This is why paired opposites can find balance in one another, while inappropriate pairing will remain out of balance.
Man didn’t invent the Tango, he was fortunate to allow the idea condense into his consciousness. He then but a physical body, an interpretation to that metaphysical idea. This is how man co-creates with Source. Man assigns physical bodies and movement to a Concept with always remains Still.

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