It is so pleasant that "we move the floor", we can fall in love or unconsciously seek to manipulate us, no matter what.
While employees prestigious Royal Spanish Academy Dictionary have included in their Latin American expression "sawing the floor" (1), defining it as "Working secretly against the prestige or position of someone" have not had time to attend the expression "rock the boat".
In an attractive video for Jamiroquai, in which he plays the theme song Virtual insanity (2), we observe a stage in which the ground moves, linking their slides to the choreography of the interpreter.
We use this expression when we have emotions well beyond our control and, for example, we are irresistibly attracted to another person.
As seen in the above video, the singer moves without walking it is the floor which I zoom in or out of the camera filming it.
Who ever felt in love know what I mean.
She or he seem to dominate our will. It draws us away or will. We are on your property. I really feel it is the floor that sustains us that moves according to the decisions of the beloved.
These delicious sensations are even more pleasurable because the loss of control is equivalent to a loss of accountability.
If we look at the life of a child while still not walking and has so little weight that adults move it from one side to another as if it were an object, we can imagine in that state of lightness and depending on what others decide.
Everything becomes light when another takes hold of our will and our responsibility.
It is so pleasant that we can seek unconsciously fall in love anyway, or at least another manipulate us ... no matter what.
Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): El placer de ser manipulado.
(Este es el Artículo Nº 1.952)