Monthly Archives: January 2014

Inner Game of Tango

It seems that beyond a certain point, our development in tango stalls unless we take a look inside, at things that are preventing us from realising our full potential. One fundamental obstacle is described in the classic book Inner Game … Continue reading

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On Internet Advice

I am, again, at crossroads with this blog. On one hand, I like sharing what I have learned, so the journey to learn to dance would be easier for others. On the other hand, I am deeply frustrated and disillusioned about … Continue reading

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World of Possibilities

When stuck in the discussions about who should be dancing with whom, we are engaged in a world of competition and scarcity. This is a downwards spiral, where the driving force is money, wealth and power. Even if we “win”, … Continue reading

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Who Should Dance With Whom?

There is discussion about tango that repeats itself in the internet. It goes something like this, although typically not as bluntly and directly: A: Dancer X did not dance with me in milonga last night! Who does she think she … Continue reading

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On Cabeceo

Love at first sight: The classical conception of love’s arrows were elaborated upon by the Provençal troubadour poets of southern France in the eleventh and twelfth centuries and became part of the European courtly love tradition. In particular, a glimpse of the woman’s eyes was … Continue reading

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