Easter - Ostara
The Goddess Ostara (Eostre) has been venerated for centuries as a symbol of our own capacity to SPRING BACK from a wintry place of deadness, low light and warmth - in an entirely nature-al dynamic of RE-BALANCING - to a place of joyful rebirth into new vitality!
Our Cambridgeshire DUP Group Easter/Ostara Celebration of Inspirational Songs & Circle Dances
On April 7th 2019 includes...
|In the Paths of Our Ancestors!|
Aligning with the Turning of The Wheel of the Year
The New Moon of Diana, The Dark Moon Hekate, The Full Moon of Selene
[Originators: Charlie Murphy & Betsy Rose]
'Round and Round We Dance' - Joyful Weaving Dance
Round and Round We Dance, We hold each other's Hands and...
Weave our Lives in a Circle.
Our Love is Strong, The Dance goes On!
Beautifully symbolises our meetings with others as we journey along life's path!
Appreciating the Beauty of a Spring Morning
"Morning Has Broken"
Gaelic Melody adapted by Cat Stevens/Yusuf Islam/Steven Demetre Georgiou
English Words created by Eleanor Farjeon
June 22nd 2019
Solstice Drumming + Native Circle Dance
Celtic & Native American Sacred Circle Dances
Beginners Welcome - Drums on Free Loan!
In Rural Cambridgeshire
A14 8 miles from Cambridge, 65 from London (M11/A14)
|For the Beauty of the Earth! For the Glory of the Skies!|
Based on the traditional hymn
Words: Folliot S. Pierpoint, Music: Conrad Kocher, Movements: Hayat Rubardt
|Out Beyond Ideas of Right and Wrong|
Right and Wrong judgements have their place but...
excessive judgmentalism limits our capacity for connection & co-creativity.
Out Beyond Ideas of Right and Wrong
There is a field. I'll meet you there!
And we shall let the beauty we love...
Be what we dare!
We will be sharing a beautiful song + circle dance
based on this poem by the 13th-century Persian mystic: Rumi
Joyful Dance/Chant Celebrating the Interplay of Divine Masculine & Divine Feminine
The soul has a natural yearning for spiritual awakening...
This mantra is a tribute to the legendary Hindu avatars of Radha and Krishna. Radha is a milkmaid who represents the embodiment of perfect human devotion to the Divine. Govinda is a name for Krishna which means "the one who tended the cows". Bolo is "sing the praises of." The love between Radha and Krishna is the ideal of Love, absolute surrender of individuality in the case of Radha and absolute divine grace in the case of Krishna. Radha's yearning for union with her beloved Krishna can be seen as the soul's longing for spiritual awakening, to be re-united with the Source from which it has become separated. The divine interplay between Krishna and Rada symbolises "Spirit and Nature dancing together". [Dance originator: Philip "Tansen" O'Donohoe]
"MOTHER EARTH IS A GREAT BIG SHIP!"
Mother Earth is a Great Big Ship that we are sailing on
Honouring Our Ancestors & Spirit Guides - Blessing Everything & Everyone
The guitar playing starts a bit discordantly, but bear with it - it does improve!
"Ancestors, Sky people, All Here Today!"
From "The Dances of Universal Peace"
Huna Shamanism Tribute & Blessing Dance Ritual
More Shamanic Circle Dancing Recordings - - Huna Shamanism Earth Blessing Chant/Dance
Last Line of the Lord's Prayer in Aramaic
A Sung Movement Meditation on 'Cosmic Renewal'
Video of full prayer in Aramaic
May this song [prayer] renew itself from Age to Age and from Gathering to Gathering - May this be the Earth from which our New Growth will Spring!
Wheel of the Year Seasonal Dance Videos
Samhain/Halloween November Winter Solstice - Yule Imbolc Sabbat Valentine Day Spring Renewal Spring Equinox Beltane Pentecost Summer Solstice (Litha) Lughnasadh Autumn Eqinonox (Mabon) Sacred Healing Dances
Dance as Spirituality Grounded in the Body Sacred Dance - Dancing Spirit - A Poem
Dances of Universal Peace in Cambridgeshire UK: Meetings & Events
Dances of Universal Peace - Sacred Circle Dancing: Introduction
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