The rational mind is founded on a dualistic world-view, where any sensory reality should be doubted as a reality, and be rather considered treacherous. The distinction between body and soul goes as far as to claim a full independence from one another, and the iconoclasts of all times and cultures base their believe on this dualism. However, the image has a bodily impact, and this impact is reflected in the mind. The rhythm of breathing and the rhythm of walking set in motion the action of thinking itself, and by deconstructing these natural relations, the physical and the mental impact are of the same intensity.
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