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Sacred space in ritual dance

Sacred space in ritual dance

as illustrated in the Sun and Ghost dance of the American Plains Indian and American Shaker dance

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shakers,
  • Dance -- Religious aspects,
  • Indian dance -- Great Plains,
  • Sun dance,
  • Ghost dance

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Pat Dewar.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationv, 86 leaves
    Number of Pages86
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13595864M
    OCLC/WorldCa3356859

      “Folks just know it’s there every single week, like church. It’s a dance church,” says Ahva Lenay, who founded the group seven years ago. At her weekly gatherings, Lenay adds a curtained gateway, a sprinkling of rosewater, and other objects of ritual to transform a generic chandeliered ballroom into a sacred space.   2. Creating a sacred space proper. In whatever way makes most practical sense for you, begin creating a sacred space—a place to do daily ritual. That can be a room or part of a room in your living space—even a spacious closet. Or you may want to make a portable space, or even carry your temple in your imagination.

    Every day we will learn how to create Sacred Space, to perform ritual, ceremony and inner connection, and how to energetically cleanse the home, work space, dis-ease in others and yourself. In the evening we will come together to learn practical shamanism and how to bring healing into your life and the lives of those who seek healing. Mantra Books. ISBN ; Yamakage, Motohisa (). The Essence of Shinto: Japan's Spiritual Heart. Kodansha International. ISBN ; Imaizumi, Yoshiko. (). Sacred Space in the Modern City: The Fractured Pasts of Meiji Shrine, Brill Publishers. ISBN ; Hardacre, Helen (). Shinto: A History.

    This page summarises Mircea Eliade's The Sacred & The Profane (), Chapter 1 on Sacred Space. SACRED SPACE Eliade claims that, whereas for non-religious man the spatial aspect of the world is basically experienced as uniformly neutral, for religious man it was experienced as non-homogeneous, partly sacred and partly not so.   Explore Indian art and culture through the lens of epic stories, religious rituals, sacred space, and contemporary literature. In this course session, experience the sensual and spiritual world of.


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Chapter Two: Ritual and Sacred Space. When we perform rituals and ceremonies, we are building sacred space. This is a realm which exists within yet apart from our ordinary reality that allows us to come into contact with the extraordinary.

In sacred space, our sensitivities are heightened. Our thoughts and feelings are in an elevated state. The first daily ritual is the Balabhogam when the first food offering of the day is made to the deity.

The temple dancer invokes the deity with a hymn called Choornika followed by a Pallavi, an item of Nritta, or pure dance. At 11am and pm, before the temple idols leave the temple on a palanquin. Sunday 23 February, Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time Print.

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Many of India’s classical dance traditions originated in the temples, where dance was presented as a sacred ritual offering to the deity. Eventually Indian classical dance moved from these sacred spaces to performance venues, where it is performed today as entertainment to large audiences.

A safe space for you to explore the universe which exists within.A safe space to release locked up emotions and energy. A Ritual for personal empowerment through direct reconnection to spirit.

For a shamanic trance dance we sit in sacred circle where you will be given full directions on how to get the most from the experience. Religion, Culture, and Sacred Space th Edition by M. Smith (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

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A sacred space is a space that is just for you; a little place that you can retreat to in times of need or for spiritual practices. This space does not have to be big and could be pretty much anywhere. The issue that most of us run into (aside from finding the space) is keeping others out of it.

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work on religious space. The most familiar way of thinking about religious space was elaborated by noted history of religions scholar Mircea Eliade in his landmark book, The Sacred and the Profane. In this book, Eliade explores how cultures sense and respond to the presence of divine power within certain spaces.

For Eliade, 4 sacred power File Size: 5MB. Sacred space is sanctuary, haven, refuge and shelter from the everyday world where our mind is overly occupied, our bodies are overly active, and our magical soul is craving ritual, ceremony and the sacredness of something beyond this : Renee Starr.

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