Tag: emotions


  • The limited vocabulary problem

    The limited vocabulary problem

    Linguists support that a person needs about 800 words for a basic conversation and 8000 in order to reach a native speaker level. In addition, Albert Mechrabian who was a psychologist at the University of California in Los Angeles suggested in his research that around 7% of our communication happens based on the actual language…

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  • Fear of creation

    Fear of creation

    Every creation needs to face the world we live in. It’s a new object that needs to get out there and be seen… judged… accepted and rejected. For the creator this creation this new thing coming to life… in the real world… Is like a child. And like any parent we are hurt when it…

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  • The complexity of simple

    The complexity of simple

    Most of us think in very basic combinations and patterns. We have learned, practiced and memorized just a number of them and use them in our dance. But the possibilities out there are endless to be able to dance each and every song in our life in a completely unique way even just by simply…

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  • Opening sequence

    Opening sequence

    The common pattern in all the previous stories is that the mood and emotion of the tanda is set right from the first moments of it. If the Mirada is a teaser trailer of a movie then the first few seconds of the embrace, the way it is formed, the time it takes, the shape…

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  • Rules, risks and returns in Tango

    Rules, risks and returns in Tango

    Did you spot the pattern? Three classic rules broken, three different results, three different gains. But is there something in common between them? Yes. The pleasure from the tanda. Either expressed verbally, with a smile or with a non breaking embrace or in any other way… These are the moments we are looking for when…

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