Bachata & Spirituality : Turn your mistakes into benefits.โ€ฆ๐Ÿ™

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Turn your known wounds in your dancing life into wisdom.

I have made and continue to make mistakes in the field of dance, both technical and human. All mistakes are an evil for a good; today’s magical process will prove it to you, because you are about to discover that a good is hidden behind every mistake!

In dance, the beginner, the intermediate, the teacher, the international star, everyone makes mistakes. I make mistakes, you make mistakes. And we can congratulate ourselves. Why? Why? If we did not, we would never learn anything, and we would not grow in discernment and wisdom.

To learn a greater lesson from our mistakes, we must recognize that we made them. “It’s my mistake, not the other’s. It’s my mistake, not the others’. I am learning, I am correcting myself now”. However, many fail by blaming others for their own mistakes.

The problem with blaming others for our mistakes is that we still suffer the consequences and suffer from them, but without learning from them. There you go!

You are a dancer, you are a human being, you will make mistakes, and the most wonderful thing in human nature. But you have to learn from your mistakes, otherwise your dancing experience will be characterized by a lot of unnecessary pain.

How can we learn from our mistakes? By feeling gratitude!

Today, think of a mistake made in your dance experience. It doesn’t matter how serious it is, but keep one that still hurts you when you think about it. Perhaps you got angry with someone in your dance community with whom you had a close relationship, ruining your relationship? Maybe you had blind faith in someone and burned your wings? Maybe you lied only to protect someone and put yourself in an embarrassing situation.

Once you have learned of a mistake that you want to turn into a benefit, as if by magic, look for things to be grateful for. You will find it useful to ask yourself the following two questions:

โฆ What did I learn from this error?

โฆ What good things resulted from this error?

It is for the things you have learned from your mistake that it is most important to feel gratitude. Regardless of the nature of the error, there are always many consequences that deserve your recognition, as they have a positive impact on your future. Think about it and try to find ten benefits to be grateful for.

Here are 10 mistakes in dance that I can turn into benefits:

– I am grateful for the dancer’s refusal in the evening because I realized that I did not invite her by looking her in the eye. Since that day, I have known that you have to invite a girl by looking her straight in the eye.

– I am grateful to my dance student who asked me to teach how to follow for girls and how to guide for boys. With his return, I understand the importance of teaching how to guide and follow in dance. Previously I gave importance to choreography. Thank you for this light that allows me to be a better teacher.

– I am grateful for the ankle fracture I had in June 2018. I realized how important my health is to my passion for dancing. It used to be like a given. Not anymore, I don’t.

– I am grateful for this evening of social bachata competition where I did not even pass the qualifications. It showed me that I was not up to speed and that I needed to rework my state of mind and my dance training to evolve. Thank you for this lesson in humility because I tended to take refuge in what I had learned.

– I am grateful to the novice dancers who show me every evening that dancing is first and foremost a question of joy, vitality and laughter. I tended to measure dance by performance, hiding my smile and the joy to experience in the present moment.

– I feel grateful for my local dance community that reminds me when I lack gratitude to them, that without my dance community and their love, I am nothing. And that the local dance community is as important as the so-called international dance community.

– I am grateful to my dance teacher who tells me in the middle of the workshop that I suck at the step I try to take while others do. I am very grateful for his frankness and his voice speaks to me regularly even years later. Dance learning must be guided with honesty and openness. Even with a frankness that’s hard to accept.

Here are 10 mistakes in dance that I can turn into benefits:

– I am grateful for the dancer’s refusal in the evening because I realized that I did not invite her by looking her in the eye. Since that day, I have known that you have to invite a girl by looking her straight in the eye.

– I am grateful to my dance student who asked me to teach how to follow for girls and how to guide for boys. With his return, I understand the importance of teaching how to guide and follow in dance. Previously I gave importance to choreography. Thank you for this light that allows me to be a better teacher.

– I am grateful for the ankle fracture I had in June 2018. I realized how important my health is to my passion for dancing. It used to be like a given. Not anymore, I don’t.

– I am grateful for this evening of social bachata competition where I did not even pass the qualifications. It showed me that I was not up to speed and that I needed to rework my state of mind and my dance training to evolve. Thank you for this lesson in humility because I tended to take refuge in what I had learned.

– I am grateful to the novice dancers who show me every evening that dancing is first and foremost a question of joy, vitality and laughter. I tended to measure dance by performance, hiding my smile and the joy to experience in the present moment.

– I feel grateful for my local dance community that reminds me when I lack gratitude to them, that without my dance community and their love, I am nothing. And that the local dance community is as important as the so-called international dance community.

– I am grateful to my dance teacher who tells me in the middle of the workshop that I suck at the step I try to take while others do. I am very grateful for his frankness and his voice speaks to me regularly even years later. Dance learning must be guided with honesty and openness. Even with a frankness that’s hard to accept.

– I am grateful to the dancer whom I refused when she invited me to dance. I felt bad all evening and for days on end. This lesson gives me the opportunity to put myself in the shoes of a rejected dancer. Thanks to this empathy, I say yes much more often than before.

– I have been grateful to the organizers of dance events since I knew what it takes in terms of preparation, creativity and organization. Before that, I tended to take it for granted.

– I am grateful to the dancer who refused to dance with me when I started bachata. She gave me, without knowing it, the motivation to become a dancer with no limit of potential.

I strongly advise you to choose a mistake you made during your dance experience that still troubles you. Then, at a time that suits you today, do this magical and beautiful exercise. Think about it; you have the power to transform a single mistake into many benefits!

Is there anything else that guarantees such dividends?

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ย Action: Turn your mistakes into benefits!

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  1. As soon as you wake up, make a list of 3 benefits you enjoy in your dancing career and for which you feel gratitude. Write down why you are grateful. Read this list again, mentally or aloud. At the end of each statement, say the magic word three times: thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you and experience with as much intensity as possible the gratitude that your good fortune inspires you.

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  1. Today, think of a mistake made in your dance experience. It doesn’t matter how serious it is, but keep one that still hurts you when you think about it.

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  1. Once you have learned of a mistake that you want to turn into a benefit, as if by magic, look for things to be grateful for. You will find it useful to ask yourself the following two questions:

โฆ What did I learn from this error?

โฆ What good things resulted from this error?

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  1. Give 10 reasons for gratitude about this mistake and say how you can be sincerely grateful.

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  1. Tonight, before you go to bed, hold this magic stone in your hand and think about the best thing that happened today in relation to your experience as a dancer, a dancer, a musical thing or your dance community.

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