I have a personal approach about this stuff....
First I learn to execute; then I learn to perform.
"Execution" is highly technical and almost contrived; you 'force' your body to do things. Once your body learns these things (and the reactions to them) it can begin to blend them and select techniques and movements - ie you move on to "performance".
The technobabble is a result of a simple problem.... sharing sensations : another example: "please describe the taste of maple syrup"
Wine afficionados have the same problem - they talk utter crap about "earthy, strong nose and a magnolia bouquet"... but it means something to them (well, that example probably doesn't
@Tyrone : Whilst I'd love to learn just by watching and experimenting I have limited time on or even near snow - I have to use an imaginary slope and imaginary movements. Sometimes it is really hard as a large part of the babble needs you to try something, feel something and then say "ah, *that* is what they mean by un-weighting..... gotcha.... so now I should do that at the start of the turn... ok....*crash*.... hmm, maybe not so much next time".
(Which, BTW, is what happened a couple of years ago after your advice on jumps....)
My biggest problem is identifying a small handful of things to play with each trip and not being overwhelmed.