It’s not because their arms are in the wrong place and that the motion doesn’t work as they’re trying to put their feet down. A human, like the other animals that walk on two legs, needs to understand the principles that make it all work, such as gravity and the way the wind moves at the moment. So if you want a bird to walk in the same fashion as you do, you might put a small foot forward. Or you might put your arms in the correct position. But if you want to get from the place where you are to the place where you want to go, you need to turn as well as you’re going. That means keeping your arms level and moving them as you go, with your wrists and ankles in the same place you’re turning to turn. That helps the brain understand that the body must be in the same place and will continue to work as long as that’s the way it’s supposed to behave. It’s no different from a dog or a cat going with you. If you keep them out of the way and let yourself work on turning, the body will follow.
How can you tell when an animal is being playful? Most of our interactions with animals are playful, as long as we don’t force anything on them or make them do something they don’t want to do. For example, let’s say I’m walking up to a flock of pigeons, you start walking in a different direction, they stop, turn to look at you. They don’t look away, just stick out their wings and start flying away. This kind of action has been referred to as a ‘thru-wing’ flight (which sounds really cool). If we did the same thing to someone with human hands, it would be called ‘thru-clenching’ or ‘thru-kneeling’.
If you see someone jumping into something like a tree, it’s not because they are being playful. It’s because their muscles, especially the muscles in their hands, are engaged and they are trying to get that tree out of their way. So, they’re jumping, but their body is in the way because they want to make sure they don’t hit their feet. This action of jumping and trying to get away has been seen many times in many different situations. This is called ‘thru-thru’ action. When we see someone getting a little angry, that’s because their muscles are engaged and they want to stop the situation immediately. This is called ‘
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