By Bettina Rothe
“Each of us has the power to be our own medicine man or woman. Awakening our innate powers of being, loving, knowing, seeing and healing involves ongoing work at all levels and in all dimensions of our self.”- Gabrielle Roth
Healing is movement. If you put your body in motion, you will change.
When I began dancing the 5Rhythms in 1994 at Esalen Institute in California, I had no idea what I was getting myself into. I loved movement, I loved dancing with other people, I loved music. I did not know that this practice, these maps to our innermost being would transform me the way they have. This path of healing means taking responsibility for being a whole person: for becoming embodied, for having a feeling heart, for possessing a brilliant and intuitive mind, for awakening our unique soul, for opening ourselves to spirit.
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Content from Kathlyn Hendrick’s website
Feature Photo from flikr.com by Eddi van W.
Katie Hendricks, Ph.D., BC-DMT, is an artist of life who creates transformational theater events around the world. Passionate about the power of embodied integrity and emergence, she continuously promotes creative expression in service of a direct experience of life, wholeness and evolutionary collaboration. Continue reading Presenter Profile | Kathlyn Hendricks
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Read on to learn how to up your creative genius, improve your immune system, and ramp up the Bliss in your life.
So many of us marvel at other people’s artistic achievements and
ingenuity. But most of us fail to to nurture our inner innovator.
Actually, we are all creatives. It occurred to me the other day, how
many of my clients and students are creative geniuses.
I wanted to compile a fun and interesting recipe for spicing up our
creative self. I hope you enjoy these tid-bits as much as I do. Continue reading Become a Creative Genius. Now!
…Non Plus Ultra
Check out a snippet of Henry Daniel’s “Here Be Dragons Non Plus Ultra” a piece from Research and Creation Project, Project Barca
Henry Daniel is currently an Associate Professor of Dance and Performance Studies at SFU’s School for the Contemporary Arts in Vancouver, Canada, and lead researcher for Transnet (Transdisciplinary Research Network for Performance and Technology). His impressive track record on the international scene has led and continues to lead to advances in cultural knowledge by bringing to bear the perspectives and skills of the artist/scholar. Henry is the Principal Investigator for Project Barca