May 052012
 

According to The Pyramid View Of The Human Body, the human body behaves as if there is a pyramid within it located approximately as shown in this picture.

 

Corroborating evidence for that claim comes from the fact that pyramid shapes can be found all over a human body in any imaginable pose that body may be holding.

This series of blog entries is dedicated to providing examples of the pyramid shapes that can be found all over the human body.

The example picture for this blog entry shows an Indian woman dancing.

 

Any type of dancing pictures are interesting because if you look at enough of them, they begin to take on the appearance of exercises purposefully designed to create pyramids of all different shapes and sizes out of the body.

Each of the woman’s arms form a pyramid,

 

and the forearms form a pyramid.

 

The upper arms form a pyramid with the peak of the head,

 

as do the forearms.

 

The upper arms also form a pyramid with the waist.

 

Each leg has a pyramid shape.

 

A pyramid shape is formed by the upper legs and the center of the body,

 

and even though the peak of the pyramid cannot be seen, a pyramid is also formed by the lower legs.

 

The woman in the picture is an Indian dancer. Indian dancing is an excellent example of the claim that “dancing seems to be about making different shaped pyramids out of the body”. There are many intricate and varied poses in these classical dances that are not found in many other dance styles.

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