The Sacred Dance

One may ask, what is this embodied enlightenment really all about?  And there is a barrage of material explaining it.  But it really is quite simple.  In its purest form, it is a sacred dance.

It is a dance between the Divine Feminine and the Divine Masculine, in which there is mutual love and respect.  No one is leading or stepping on the other’s toes.  It is a dance of  sensuality.  Of support.

It is a dance between the mother and child, or the father and child, in which the child is allowed to feel and to  share its own wisdom.  The child is given permission to play and to create.  The child in turn allows the mother or father to enjoy life from a place of newness, of awe.

It is a dance between the human and the eternal self in which the I Am deeply loves, honors and respects its human aspect.  The soul, the eternal self loves the human just as it is, with all its limitations.  And the human invites the soul and the divine self into its body and its life.  It stops trying to change its human ways or to improve on itself, and just allows.  It is a dance between two opposites, yet it works.  It flows. It’s magnificent to behold.

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14 thoughts on “The Sacred Dance

  1. elizabethsadhu

    So perfectly timed! I am off for a weekend of dancing…… Contra dancing. I call it Contra joy, Contra Bliss and even Contra therapy. It ALWAYS makes you feel better. The most joy filled dancing I know.

    I like to dance both roles. And often when I dance with another woman, we trade roles back and forth after each set of movements. Contra ettiquette has us looking into each other’s eyes…… It is one huge LOVE FEST!

    I even made up a move I call dolphin dancing. 🐬🐬 Channeling my inner dolphin. 😘😘🐬🐬💙💙😀😀

    Love you ALL!

    THANKS so much, Maria and all you kindreds.

  2. elizabethsadhu

    PS. I love how you are using photos/pictures of you in the above space. AND I also love the photo of the Obamas dancing. Thanks!!!!

    1. Thanks, siSTAR…I’ve been inspired to use these photos of myself…most are selfies…who better than ourselves to know our subject? :). And I love that photo of the Obamas also. Such a beautiful expression of the balanceed feminine and masculine.

  3. vmaxnik

    The dance of the two opposites … a nice definition.
    As soon as divine is present, the opposites come closer and closer, till they turn to be one unique light.

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