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Join Me! Join Us! by Germaine Fraser

Dear Authentic Movement (and Qigong) colleagues all over the world,
We are a group of AM practitioners, who have moved together annually for several years in different countries.  At this time, we get together in another beautiful place, Burdag-Mazury, Poland. 
Once again, we want to share our experience of being connected to the AM-community world wide and invite you to join our movement tomorrow, Sunday, August 2, at 4:30 p.m. central european time in a Long Distance Authentic Movement Circle. If you would like to join us, here is the description of the movement sequence:
5 min: Meditation with a candle lit in room
20 min: Movement-- Connect to yourself, open your awareness to include the space that you’re in, and eventually your peers you are moving with.
10 min: Transition time (writing, drawing...)
20 min: Movement-- Begin to open your awareness to all the other movers around the world. Follow your inner impulses in relationship to this awareness of the larger collective. 
10 min: Transition time (writing, drawing...).
We invite you to be part of the sharing as well. Please write one word, one sentence, a drawing, a picture and send it to one or all three of the following: 
1.  AM Community blog/ Moving Journal blog:  http://authenticmovementcommunity.blogspot.com/
2.  FB page of VIII International Authentic Movement Peer Gathering
3.  FB page of Authentic Movement Community blog https://www.facebook.com/groups/48153313102/. 

On behalf of the 8th International peer Gathering of AM practitioners,
The organizers: Ingrid Baart (Netherlands), Martina Mueckler (Austria), Julia Morozowa (Netherlands), Katarzyna Danska (Poland), Izabela Guzek (Poland)





Elizabeth Reid said...
Thank you for this opportunity to practice having a long distance movement session with all of you today. The structure you provided was so straight forward and easy to follow. I have written as a creative forming and I am containing that for now to see what I am moved to share later. But I do hope to post my drawing of a hammock, because that is an image that is used in Contemplative Dance to talk about a safe container for all of us. This invitation from the International Gathering is for me and was for me in my movement session an extension of the safe hammock from my Week 2 experience with Contemplative Dance. With deep gratitude to all for the containers that allow authentic movement explorations. ~~~~Elizabeth

Kim Nelson said...
The still, black water of the quarry. My belly. This one human life cannot hold the time it takes for liquid to become solid to become gas. Boulder, Colorado, USA.

Blogger Isaias said...
No matter what God you believe in - it is the same sun which is illuminating every one of us all over the world.
Isaias, moving in Burdag, Poland
Sunday, August 2, 2015 at 2:56:00 PM EDT
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Anonymous Martina Mueckler said...
Martina Mueckler, moving at the gathering in Burdag, Poland:

to be human means to rise up
to be human means to find an-other
to be human means to see all the dark and shiny sides inside and outside
to be human means to be seen
to be human means to see
Sunday, August 2, 2015 at 3:09:00 PM EDT
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5 comments:

Elizabeth Reid said...

Thank you for this opportunity to practice having a long distance movement session with all of you today. The structure you provided was so straight forward and easy to follow. I have written as a creative forming and I am containing that for now to see what I am moved to share later. But I do hope to post a drawing of a hammock, because that is an image that is used in Contemplative Dance to talk about a safe container for all of us. This invitation from the International Gathering is for me and was for me in my movement session an extension of the safe hammock from my Week 2 experience with Contemplative Dance. With deep gratitude to all for the containers that allow authentic movement explorations. ~~~~Elizabeth

Kim Nelson said...

The still, black water of the quarry. My belly. This one human life cannot hold the time it takes for liquid to become solid to become gas. Boulder, Colorado, USA.

Kim Nelson said...

The still, black water of the quarry. My belly. This one human life cannot hold the time it takes for liquid to become solid to become gas. Boulder, Colorado, USA.

Isaias said...

No matter what God you believe in - it is the same sun which is illuminating every one of us all over the world.
Isaias, moving in Burdag, Poland

Martina Mueckler said...

Martina Mueckler, moving at the gathering in Burdag, Poland:

to be human means to rise up
to be human means to find an-other
to be human means to see all the dark and shiny sides inside and outside
to be human means to be seen
to be human means to see