The Beloved: Dancing the Rhythms of Love
Category: thematic workshops,
Themes: rebalance the body, tecniche di meditazione,
21 August 2020
21 August 2020
23 August 2020
23 August 2020
This workshop is an exploration of meditation in movement through the body, the heart and the soul, inspired from Osho’s teachings on Bauls mystics. “A Baul is a flowering. A Baul is a flowing energy. […] The Baul is not a seeker, the Baul is one who has found. The Baul is a siddha: one who has looked into life and realized that all is available and there is no need to seek. One has just to participate in this mystery called life. He dances, he sings, he enjoys, he is blissful for no reason at all.” OSHO What would our life be like if we were able to ignite and sustain our most vital energy in such a way that living and loving from an awakened heart becomes our highest aspiration? Can we learn to trust the aliveness of our sensual bodies? Bauls are essentially tantric people who do not exclude anything as a path to the Beloved. Are you ready to learn to move and include all that you are experiencing exactly as it is? When we expand our consciousness through the body, the dance and the music, we enter unknown territories that can be both exciting and frightening. Our emotional bodies are portals to access Essence, our natural state of being. When we ground our experiences in the here and now, we are ready to respond to life, our lovers, our friends, our family and whatever arises, with more care and attention. When the veils between the form and the formless dissolve, we are given a glimpse of the Beloved. These are the places where we will begin the gradual excavation to remove all the barriers we have accumulated, so that we can begin to embody both the Lover and the Beloved. We learn to rest in what is greater than us. There are no steps to learn, no prerequisite to participate, there is no right or wrong way to move or meditate, just a willingness to access your life more fully. At the center of this three-day process is Conscious Dance, a somatic inquiry based on the four realms of embodiment (physical, emotional, mental and spiritual). Using soundscapes and therapeutic movement explorations, we recognize our relational desires, both of the self in solitude and of the self in relationship: desire of belonging and divine connection with the source. We will spend time using dynamic repeated questions when we work in couple and a single pointed dialogue, in roles of both witness and investigator, when we work in groups of three people. Tools that give rise to answers that often remain hidden. In silence we will explore a daily art journaling, a creative arts process, including both the writing and the collage, thanks to provided materials, to support the ongoing thematic investigation.