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Yesterday, we started working on a Tattoo I’ve been dreaming of for ages.
This is the very top of it. We’ll be working our way down, and I won’t unveil the rest until it’s completely finished, say 10 hours in the studio from now (who knows how many months that will be). 56 more words
While in California to interview Carla De Sola, a leader in sacred dance for almost half a century, Sister Martha Ann Kirk enjoyed dance for the closing and opening ceremonies of churches, dance in a special Eucharist focused on hope in the face of cancer, and congregational dance enriching worship every Sunday. 667 more words
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A ritual is a habit or a practice. A habit or practice is not necessarily a ritual. The moment it becomes mundane, we lose the benefits of spirit “ritual” which are many.
Read the Las Vegas Review article on Liturgical Dance featuring the Agape Dancers with SDG Board Member Ann Pomeroy.http://www.reviewjournal.com/…/liturgical-dance-lifts-spirit
Nrityagram is an exceptional dance company, founded by Protima Gauri in Karnataka, which contributes to the revival of the Odissi dance. Developed in the 2nd century BC on the central east coast of India, the Odissi dance was praised for excellency in technique and, foremost, for the devotion performed by the devadâsîs, the servants in the Hindu temples. 140 more words