David Orange wrote:
Unless an adult attaches intense emotion to their walking and falling, babies take both as ordinary miracles in stride. They typically don't even get flustered when they fall (unless they fall really hard) and just get up and keep on about their business.
I find it very amusing that among the first things that I learned in Aikido was; how to stand, how to fall, how to move ,how to breathe
and the amount of fear I attached to falling until I learned how to do it again..