Me 4 years ago dancing with grafiti artist Judith Rhrmoser to the awesome rhythms of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bomb_the_Bass – published 4 years on the day before capturing A Dance for Gaia https://www.facebook.com/adanceforgaia/
I feel that this is truly an excellent time to walk your talk and the path of the heart. My guidance tells me that inner and outer change, large or small, in the direction of love, compassion, honor, impeccability and respectful behavior will be rewarded faster than usual.
A heartfelt recommendation is to always check where your joy is telling you to go and even if I talk about joy, I and many others know that this is serious. Joy is a deep signal from the soul, the spirit and the divine which, when allowed to flow, has the potential to heal your body and mind.
It is important to check that the joy comes from the heart, not only from the head.
Even very depressed people, or individuals experiencing a truly rough day, can feel this joy, in short moments. One simply has to breathe, listen and trust that spark of inspiration, no matter how small or strange it might seem.
Around this time 5 years ago, I was finished with organizing about the first half of the interviews that are in this film. It was a great pleasure and honor to make it!
A step in hope for liberation and regeneration. Movement in rhythm with the flow of life. A ceremony for the being that we call home.
Sparked by an impulse of compassion, an unknown Goddess arrives, takes on the colors of the surroundings and dances for Gaia.
Concept, storytelling and transformational performance by Susan Florries www.florries.net
Body painting, photography, graphic design and compositing by Peter Engelhardt www.diegoettin.com
Necklaces, costume, making-of photos and space holding by Julia von Ungern-Sternberg www.yoga-atelier333.de
Head feather jewelry by Einat Ran www.einatfreedomyoga.com
Wand by Tom Xu – Arts of the Soul – MaPrin Creations www.facebook.com/5dtools