I think the first thing to unpack here is, what is actually being discussed?
I feel that the question you are asking, is what has caused a lot of confusion in the juggling world. When a juggler is asked for the definition of juggling and he/she does not know of one, they often resort to this question “what is juggling to me?”. The problem that it has created, is that this question is about something else, not a definition of a word. If we call it a definition, we keep blurring the conversation.
I can use the word “dog” in a conversation with someone else, and if they have the same understanding of what the word “dog” represents, that language use will work. If I ask myself what the word “dog” means, and my answer is something that does not align with the other persons understanding, confusion will arise. Therefore, a definition is to describe what a word represents to a community of language users, and should not be confused with personal feelings or interpretations.
I do not mind the conversation that you want to have here, but it would be useful if you detected what the actual topic is, and used language that clearly described it.