Saturday, January 23
Tantra Theater Audtions Winter 2010
The theme of this season's Tantra Theater course is: Shamanic Storytelling!
Following are four peices of literature that participants were asked to read, mime or act-out during the auditions. Afterwards, I was truly speachless! For fun videos and pictures check out http://www.tantratheater.tv/
The people you have had sexual relationships with are attached to your sacral chakra. The people with whom you've experienced conflict are attached to your solar plexus. Those who you grieve over are attached to your heart chakra. Those with whom you've had painful relationships, or relationships where you carried all the weight, are attached to your shoulders. This is, in my experience, the root cause of shoulder and neck pain." --Doreen Virtue, Ph.D.,"
So, just a few minutes ago, in the shower, some thought came to me which made me laugh, and then I vaguely saw something. It was a man with a prominent nose, long purple hair, and gray eyes. Didn't give me his name. I started spitting water at him in the shower, and he just stayed there with a Mona Lisa-esque smile on his face. Then, once, he took the water I spit at him and chucked it back at me, and told me to stop.... Then he told me to stop the shower, dry off, and check my cell phone because my friend had called back. I saw that my friend had actually called back, telling me he's running a little bit late...That's basically how I Met My Spirit Guide in the Shower
I looked about to decide what I wanted to shift into and saw a honeybee working a purple delphinium. I thought, Whell, I have never been a bee before. Let's try that. I shifted my consciousness and energy form to match that with the form of this bee, I began to feel the speed of wings, the complex vision, the mesmerizing beauty of the flower and the urgency of my work. It was a light touch, just a sensing of really what it is like to be a bee. Fascinating, I thought. I should come back later when I can be more focused, and explore bee-ingness. I laughed at my silly pun and began to shift back to more regular consciousness so that I would be at least present enough to handle the social graces of greeting my client.-- urbanshamanism(dot)com
"The world is as you dream it, " he said at last. "Your people dreamed of huge factories, tall buildings, as many cars as there are raindrops in this river. Now you begin to see that your dream is a nightmare." He bent to pick up a stone. "The problem is your country is like this pebble." He threw it far out into the river. "Everything you do ripples across the Mother.
-- Numi, Shuar Shaman
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