How do the words sound in the body? Can you make me move by saying them? Can you dance around me? The same things your mouth says, even if you don’t get the words right?
What the body can feel and see is much more important than the language. When you are in a fight and the words don’t help to get out of it, the language doesn’t help the body much at all, either.
In another example, the body moves more like the words when you are a fighter than when you are at home, so why would you use “speak”. This is a very specific language and it is not helpful to a martial artist. The body in this case uses more body language to communicate with the words than is useful for the language.
So, when you fight, the muscles are moving you are speaking with the mouth and you are using the tongue to talk, and the words are not helping, why would you use the mouth? Not helping.
I remember a time when I was teaching someone that used a lot of lip movements. There was a moment when I put my hand on the person’s stomach and they were breathing. A bit later, I held my hand there for a bit longer when the same person was standing up from the ground.
A bit later, I held my hand there for a big amount of time and I heard a little bit of a breath. “Yes!” I heard her say. I could hear her smile, so I was really happy that she heard that. But the lip movement was a bit distracting. She was not concentrating on what I was saying. She was so focused on the movement of the hands to the throat.
Even though it was not really a good move, she was feeling the flow of the words. I think if you were using lip movements and she looked at you like that, it would have been an awkward situation. So, it is not useful language, and a lot of people use it because it is convenient. But it is not useful, and when you try to use it, you are wasting you speech.
If you want to learn how to speak English and you try to explain to some person how they move their tongue by pulling back the teeth or some other move, that person won’t understand you, and you will waste your time, so you don’t want to use language.
So, let’s go back to the body. I am pretty good at speaking in the language
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