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Ecstatic Dance

Posted by Bob on October 1, 2013 at 10:40 PM Comments comments (0)

Long ago, when tribal people danced, it wasn't with precisely learned steps but rather the music or drumming moved the dancers to dance ecstatically. As humans became more "civilized", rules were made and had to be followed. Dance became a performance.

 

Dance started to regain some of its ecstatic nature with the advent of rock and roll. The hippies of the sixties promoted "do your own thing", and this was reflected in the music of the day as people ignored the rules and sta...

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The Causal Nexus

Posted by Bob on February 20, 2013 at 12:50 AM Comments comments (3)

Last week at dance I had had a revelation that I was excited about. I shared it with Sam after dance and she thought it was cool, too. I looked forward to writing it all down. But by the time I finally got around to writing it, I couldn't remember what it was. I asked Sam and she couldn't remember, either. I struggled for days trying to remember but could not - it was very frustrating!

 

Then at dance on 2/17 I was moving around the room casting the sphere, and when I got to ...

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The Rules

Posted by Bob on April 8, 2011 at 5:57 PM Comments comments (3)

The last 3 Ages (Taurus, Aries, Pisces, spanning over 6000years) has been about following the rules, laws laid down from Authority themust be followed. Now we are entering the Age of Aquarius, and we are emerginginto a new paradigm. No longer will it be about following somebody else’srules; instead, we will look within to find our own authentic path. Eachindividual must learn to know themselves and find what is right and wrong forthem, which is a very individual path and therefore canno...

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