Hello Beautiful Meetup Friends!
I am excited to invite you to our next Creativity: Opening to Our BIGGER Story Meetup on Tuesday, August 14th at 7:00pm.
This is our last month in the Element of Fire. Fire represents energy. We continue our exploration into our energy and ways to increase it.
Some of the many ways to increase our energy is through breath, movement, connection with Nature, and creative play.
We will learn, or for those of you who came last month, practice the movement meditation called the Dance of Life. Below is an excerpt describing the practice. I encourage you to read the article that is linked below.
We will also play with art collage, so be prepared for some creative play as well. Feel free to bring materials if you like. It is not necessary, however, as art supplies will be provided.
We meet at the Toltec Center (Toci) in Austin, on 360 just north of Barton Creek Mall and Walsh Tarleton. Turn in at the Yoga Yoga sign just before Rudy's BBQ. We are the first bldg on the left. Enter on the back deck.
See you at 7:00! Please RSVP!
Donations are appreciated.
Dan and I look forward to seeing you all then!
"The first priority in life is to be true to the creative principle
within yourself -- to recognize that you have the gift of life and to be
a caretaker of that gift." Dhyani Ywahoo
The Dance of Life is an ancient Medicine dance, originating from the Eastern Cherokee Medicine people. Channeled and reclaimed for the people by Dhyani Ywahoo, Cherokee tribe member, this simple movement combines breathing, creative visualization, and gentle arm and leg movements similar to T'ai Chi.
The Dance of Life is a grounding, centering and balancing dance of gratitude.
- A meditation with movement.
- Done at one's own pace and movement level.
- The creative visualizations are easily adaptable to any path or spiritual doctrine.
- Creates connection between oneself, the earth, and the directions.
- Inspiring and freeing, it is certain to become part of your inspirational ceremonies.
Here is an article
from Dhyani on actualizing our purpose, excerpted from her book Voices of Our Ancestors