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Authentic Movement

"Only by loving your body will you come closer to God...the body knows how to dance, how to sing, how to pulsate with God. When the body starts vibrating with the divine, suddenly you will see your soul is vibrating. Your body and soul are one." ~ Osho

Dancing into Alignment

Nothing so clearly and inevitably reveals the inner man than movement and gesture. It is quite possible, if one chooses, to conceal and dissimulate behind words or paintings or statues or other forms of human expression,
but the moment you move you stand revealed, for good or ill, for what you are. ~Doris Humphrey

ance is clearly one of the earliest forms of worship, as dance and ritual strengthens the immune system of the Earth. w
e inherently know the joy that comes from moving our bodies and the release that comes. Movement connects us with the rhythm of the universe through breath and the core elements that make up who we are and why we are here (body and soul). Basic movements are the starting point of personal expression as the inner dance is transformed into our life experience. It is a process where we access a deeper wisdom and discover inner dimensions of ourselves. Dancing and movement gets us back in touch with our essence in a very simple, tangible way. It is through which we can attain calm, peace, spiritual upliftment, self-confidence and greater physical energy for others and ourselves.

When we tune into the well-spring of our being, our archival self, and move with grace, rhythm and beauty which is unique to each of us, we tap into a feeling of “wholeness” that harmonizes the body-mind-spirit complex. This feeling is the pathway to healing, of self-revelation. It is a way to integrate sensation, movement, feelings/emotions, and imagery to affect the state of our body through an interrelated continuum. This continuum allows us to operate on many dimensions simultaneously to attain a state of emotional, mental, spiritual, and physical wellbeing. Dance & rituals strengthen the immune system of the Earth.
Tapping into this stream is what it means to heal--to consummate with Spirit and ground Spirit into matter.

Dance as authentic movement is about articulating the relationship between the witness and the mover in the form body. It is about bringing that movement’s expressive nature to the stage of consciousness without violating the timing necessary for development and integration. Stress, frustration, and feeling “stuck" and emotional and psychological problems come from a lack of expression - a lack of physical harmony, and a loss of our sense of importance in the overall scheme of things. Thoughts can be deceptive, but the body does not lie. Our bodies directly tell us what they need - to dance and move to satisfy the need for beauty, wonder, magic and infinite possibilities.

Movement as a form of self-help allows us to tap into deep emotions and archetypal images as a way to recover from the grief, anger, doubt and fear that overcomes us from time to time. The people we dance and move with become our family and our community with whom we can be our true selves. In this safe accepting, non-judgmental environment we can express problems, unhappiness, hopes and fears through movement that originates from within. As long as some part of our body is capable of response we can be expressive even if it’s just with fingers or toes.

Dance as a total art form provides a channel of communication that is often more reliable and effective than the spoken word. In the words of Bill Irwin, "The physical language of the body is so much more powerful than words."

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Movement never lies.
It is a barometer telling the state of the soul's weather to all who can read it.
~Martha Graham

Sound you can See
The musculature of dancers and the electronic traces created by the movement of their muscles.

Dance is the hidden language
of the soul. ~Martha Graham

Intrinsic Movement

BioMorphic Movement
What happens when the spine returns to its fluid origins? Bone is connective tissue. It is filled with fluid. What we are seeing is the the choreography of the fluid moving through the connective tissue called bone. Bone maintains its health through its flexibility and adaptability. Breathing from the sides of the body, using lateral movement is aquatic breathing belonging to our oceanic origins.

Alisa Dancing at Drum Circle

Palm Beach Post 8/12/2008


Infinity Body
Dancing with the Divine
by Looping into Kosmic Circuit

Goddess Alisa

Thousands of emotions well up
inside me throughout the day.
They are released when I dance.
~Abraham Lincony

Energy moves in waves. Waves move in patterns.
Patterns move in Rhythms. A human being is just that, energy, waves, patterns , rhythms. Nothing more. Nothing less. A dance.

f all inspirational forms of dance, dancing with Spirit is what moves me. Infinity Body Chakra Dance is my favorite. I call it that because of the wavy form of movement that is both physically therapeutic and spiritually nutritive. In this dance, the choreographer and dancer meld into the focus of the unified field. It's like a plug in of prana/chi that starts at the root and slowly undulates the energy in meticulous rhythm in the shape of an infinity loop. The lemnsicate pattern is used to mentally transport the symbols vibration up the spinal pathway liberating energy to the crown for alignment with Higher Spiritual Energies. Resistance is released through Sweet Breath!!!

A dancer’s facial expression lends clue of true representation of the energy of the dancer. An onlooker might notice closed eyes with an elated look when the dancer is on another plane, but never out of control even when the movement is strongly energetic. There is an inner conversation that is carried on that often results in unexpected insights and feelings of At-One-ment with the universe and all sentient life. This alone is enough to put a smile on a dancers face. In this heightened state the person feels the associated physical and emotional sensations of being plugged into spiritual circuit. Coordinated with breath the dancer becomes a vessel into which energy can be poured and lifted. By pulling energy up from the sacral bone to the crown along the spinal pathway a healing potential is evoked, as it creates a state of alignment with Kosmic rhythm where mind, body and spirit are in perfect harmony.

If we can harness and direct the fire of life energy (Kundalini) via breath in its ascent in consummation with Spirit, we can purify the emotional and mental bodies, release blocked life energy in the physical body, balance the nervous system and evoke spontaneous healing. Infinity Body movement purifies the vehicles and accelerates vibration. Whatever ones subjective experience, such spiraling movement spiritually uplifts and fills the heart with joy.

I suggest an experiment. Stand with your arms at your sides. Now lift up one arm to shoulder height in a way which expresses first joy, then fear, anger, defiance, tenderness and finally love. Does each emotion give rise to a different quality of movement? Poetry, a single word, an object, a visualization or music can all provide the motivation for this form of dance.
"Whosoever knoweth the power of the dance, dwelleth in God."

Infinity Body
Self Healing Manua PDF

By Alisa Battaglia, B.D., CHT, EFT, TH


Earth Dance

"Only by loving your body will you come closer to God...the body knows how to dance, how to sing, how to pulsate with God. When the body starts vibrating with the divine, suddenly you will see your soul is vibrating.
Your body and soul are one." ~ Osho

Earthdance International was conceived in 1996 by artist/musician Chris Deckker, as a vision to unite the whole world through the universal platform of dance and music. Earthdance has now become the largest global synchronized dance event in the world. Every year, Earthdance continues to grow in volume and scope. This years event is September 13, 2008 at 4pm PST. To get involved with Earthdance click here.

Earthdance has shown how the potent combination of music, dance and technology can be harnessed for positive and humanitarian aims. Every year, in alignment with the International Day of Peace, over 200,000 people unite in dance with hundreds of thousands more joining online in support of global peace and humanitarian aims. For locations around the globe click here.

"We are one global family
All colors, All races
One world united.
We dance for peace and the healing of our planet Earth
Peace for all nations.
Peace for our communities.
And peace within ourselves.
As we join all dance floors across the world,
let us connect heart to heart.
Through our diversity we recognize Unity.
Through our compassion we recognize Peace.
Our love is the power to transform our world
Let us send it out


Dance, one of the oldest forms of artistic expression, requires only the human body for its realization. ~Igor Youskevitch

Peace Dance
Dances of Universal Peace

Man must speak, then sing, then dance. The speaking is the brain, the thinking man.
The singing is the emotion. The dancing is the Dionysian ecstasy which carries away all. ~Isadora Duncan

Dances of Universal Peace are a means of reconciliation and fostering peace. Their theme focuses on Peace in all its contexts, healing and reverence for all sentient life and the deeper mysteries. These Dances are Sacred and do not require any musical or movement experience, as they are about taking part, rather than performance or dress code.

The settings are peaceful eliciting a sacred feeling where everyone joins hands to form a circle with the Leader and musicians in the middle. The Leader usually explains the background history (more than 400 drawn from religions and traditions) and teaches the words (usually four lines of music long in repetition), music and movements associated with a particular dance to help understand and appreciate both the similarities and differences of various religions and traditions.
This inclusion of beliefs and religions creates an opening of the heart and feelings of unity. Through the music and movement individuals experience a dynamic relationship between the group, the individuals within the group and themselves.

The body of work was collated in the late 1960's by Samuel L. Lewis (1896-1971) a Sufi teacher and Rinzai Zen Master. He studied in great depth the mystical traditions of the Hindu, Jewish, and Christian religions. Hazrat Inayat Khan and the dancer Ruth St. Denis were major influences on his thinking. In the 70's Lewis began to create the dances of universal peace as a way of promoting “Peace through the Arts.” Hinduism, Buddhism, Zoroastrianism, Sikhism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam as well as the Aramaic, Native American, Native Middle Eastern, Celtic, Native African, and Goddess traditions are all celebrated.

In almost 50 years these works and their music have spread throughout the world with new circles springing up to help spread feelings of reverence, creativity and a connection to the Earth.


The Thousand-Hand Kwan Yin Dance

Stunning & Elegant Performance!! Considering the tight coordination required, the dancers accomplishment is nothing short of amazing, even if they were not all deaf. All 21 dancers are complete deaf-mutes relying only on signals from trainers at the four corners of the stage. These extraordinary dancers deliver a visual spectacle that is at once intricate and stirring.

Their first major international debut was in Athens last year at the closing ceremonies for the 2004 Paralympics. Long in the repertoire of the Chinese Disabled People's Performing Art Troupe they had traveled to more than 40 countries.

The lead dancer is 29 year old Tai Lihua, who has a BA from the Hubei Fine Arts Institute. The video was recorded in Beijing during the 2008 Spring Festival.



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