Usually at times without any prior indication whatsoever when some people tend to speak with one another-some peculiarly have a habit of gesticulating quite intensely what they want to very ardently put forth?
Its almost like wanting to precisely drive the point across, but then what tends to happen is that they drop their own belongings/devices/coffee-tea-drink cups……. and likewise outcomes and feel quite embarrassed.
The above graphic is greatly one of cheerfulness which is not intending to highlight the acute concern of the gesticulation-rather all it is intending is to bring and draw attentiveness to how when we speak, we could sweep wide across or have our hands more well within the radius of avoiding any far waves of engrossment.
Meaning that to articulate our point, at so many a time – we don’t necessarily have to get over hyped or carried away-being mindfully aware would tend to help us reorient ourselves to practice the way in which we are waving our hands, for who knows there might be also a science and discipline of its own-where we are waving with our hands and thereby weaving with its glands?
Sometimes its not actually stretching the mind or thoughts too far away and ruminating any illusive rhetoric but rather at times we go instead of “growing all the way round”?
Like the simplest aspect of articulation/gesticulation; can we control how we swing/wave our hands-we meaning some of us and then thereby what ensues?
The point could be put across or the crossings could be input-its the core essence of how we tend to perceive and thereby reorient ourselves in a particular manner with ever greater degrees of mindful awareness that helps us ever remarkably observe a typical code of conduct that thereby perhaps leads us to an ever greater discovery/realization about ourselves, our attitudes, our mannerisms, our characteristics/disciplines…… and sow much more that will make us realize that indeed some of the most simplest of things tend to lead us quite far as well as fair across………Durge Devi Namo Stute, Shiva Shakti bhava, Hari Om Tat Sat, God bless.
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