13632Re: Tango Zen: Walking Dance Meditation
- Feb 11, 2005Bob,
Am I missing something or what? Do you eat goldfish? I thought
combining Tango with Zen was wierd.
I don't know whether you noticed on my web site, where many dancers
dance with their eyes closed. Do you think they become mindful while
--- In email@example.com, medit8ionsociety
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Chan Park
> <tangozenhouse@y...> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > My name is Chan Park, and I am new member to this
> > group. I am not sure whether it is appropriate.
> > However, I'd like to cordially invite you to visit my
> > web site, www.TangoZen.com.
> > Tango Zen is an innovative yet natural form of
> > meditation you can practice while dancing Tango.
> > Building on the striking similarities between Tango
> > and Zen, Tango Zen describes a literal step-by-step
> > method that is both rhythmic and simple to pursue in
> > order to accomplish a peaceful way of being.
> > I look forward to hearing your comments and opinions
> > on Tango Zen.
> > Thank you.
> > Chan
> Dear Chan,
> It seemed to me that your site had a lot more to do with
> selling dance lessons than displaying "the striking
> similarities between Tango and Zen". Of course there is
> no activity that cannot have the word "meditation" or
> "mindfullness" or "zen", and so on, applied to them, and
> thus Tango dancing could be seen as a "zen" activity, but
> I don't see how it would be anymore so than bowling or
> eating goldfish.
> Peace and blessings,
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