Re-Evolution and the Action of Biting

I'm orchestrating a writing retreat for a couple weeks with a parrot, Dec. 16-30th, should be epic. My goals are excessive, I want to finish two books and two papers. Wish me luck.

A subject I've been wanting to address is one of the universal problems humans have. The two biggest problems humans have are that we walk on two feet and we use our arms to carry things. These two problems lead to walking on "sticks" and "disconnecting" the arms from the liquid mass of the torso, respectively. The problem I want to address today is a smaller threat to human de-evolution, yet it is no less universal. 

Humans, eat with our hands and arms instead of our mouths. This problem diminishes the dynamic movement of our torso, and over many years leads to both weak and slow reactions.  On the other hand, the action of biting, and leading movement with the action of biting, can quickly unravel conditioned civility in the quality of our movement. Generally speaking, what is recovered is referred to in Chinese martial arts as snake-like movement or dragon-body. I invite readers to do their own experiments. I would also like to suggest that this kind of re-evolution can have amazing healing properties, both physical and emotional.

See how I did that? I added a new word to our vocabularies: RE-EVOLUTION.  Run with it.

 Snake Dance, courtesy of Wikicommons:  Japanese photograph magazine "Sina Jihen Gaho (Second Sino-Japanese war photograph news) #29" (Asahi Shimbun, published on April 25, 1939)

Snake Dance, courtesy of Wikicommons:  Japanese photograph magazine "Sina Jihen Gaho (Second Sino-Japanese war photograph news) #29" (Asahi Shimbun, published on April 25, 1939)