beauty and the dynamic dance of great posture 2023 – Derived from the Latin beatus and bellus, the masculine form of the word evolved into beau and its feminine form belle. Finally, in the 15th century, the English word “Beautiful” came into use. Some related terms we give to beauty are: attractiveness, dignity, radiance, vitality, aliveness, blessed, happy, graceful, elegant.
Somehow we develop a relationship with our own beauty by how our light is reflected back from the people in our lives. When we, even as children, are welcomed into our families and communities, our own light shines. They welcome us, we welcome feedback, we shine again. So beauty is a positive feedback loop of energy exchange.
We learn from physics that energy has mass and takes up space. To create a space or channel for energy in the body; the body must be open and have flexibility, coordination, balance, strength and freedom of movement.
Beauty is dynamic and sensitive. An attractive man or woman with a self-destructive attitude or habit will detract from their beauty. An attractive person with a bad body position reduces their beauty. Clumsiness and stiffness distract from the expression of beauty.
Aesthetically, we can say that a person has a beautiful nose because it is well-shaped and symmetrical. However, a nose alone cannot portray beauty until you compare it to other facial features such as eyes, mouth, and cheekbones. Now we see that beauty can also be a by-product of symmetry, balance, alignment and movement. Great posture is therefore an essential element of true beauty.
In men and women, the ribcage is open and appears wide at the top because the arms and shoulders hang behind the midline of the body. When viewed from behind, the shoulder blades are about an inch from the spine. The upper chest and upper back are level from front to back. Mainly for women: From the side view, the size and weight of the front of the body (including the front half of the head, breasts, torso and thighs) appears to be visually balanced with the weight of the arms and derriere. . Actual size and weight do not matter. The neck appears to run straight up from the ribcage to balance the head evenly from front to back. The jawbone is symmetrical from left to right, in motion
The arms and pelvis swing to balance the body on a dynamic central axis. When this happens, the head seems to travel in space, the dynamic dance of great posture is synonymous with what makes a person, male or female, beautiful to behold, exuding character, charm and personality. Of course, one is attracted to beauty. It’s a natural instinct. It is also a natural instinct to be beautiful, to feel happy and blessed.
Unfortunately, the reality of life often leads us to distort our natural beauty and collapse our posture to meet the social, cultural and professional expectations of others.
This collapse of attitude or expectations may even occur on a large scale. How many times have we seen people who are ethnically similar but culturally vastly different? Taiwan, People’s Republic of China or Chinese American? Barbados, West Africa or Brooklyn? France, Montreal or New Orleans?
Even in a professional or social environment, we may know someone who has to express a different aspect of their personality in order to coexist in a given situation. This is not necessarily good or bad. The point is that when a person’s body is flexible and fully expressive, their inner beauty comes out Time Muzz .
When our family, culture, and professional expectations allow us to express our true beauty, then our beauty can benefit the world. When we can know ourselves thoroughly and accept ourselves confidently, we can be beautiful, even if only to ourselves. When our body is flexible and responsive to gravity, size, weight and movement, we can have great posture.
A truly beautiful person knows and loves themselves and allows their inner beauty to benefit the global community, nation, community, their family and themselves. It all boils down to one point: With great posture, you charge your light and let it shine wherever you go. With peace of mind, you can allow your body to free itself from inhibitions and self-doubt.
There is something sacred about the symmetry, geometry and movement of a great posture. When your chest/rib cage is open, with your shoulders back, your heart and lungs have maximum space for inspiration and breathing. The “tower” root of both terms may also indicate an expansion of one’s ability to enter body and soul. Natural beauty is a measure of this ability, created by flexibility, movement and great posture. Ultimately, it pays to invest time, energy and resources in developing and restoring beauty inside and out.