I took the plunge and went along to a kundalini dance session run by Mark Keane in the Wilder St. Studio in Bristol. You probably know that I published a 34 minute interview with him talking about the yoga, dance and conscious clubbing that he offers and I had to admit that I hadn’t been to a dance class.
I had been to the yoga class many times but hadn’t experienced the dancing yet and so I decided to go along and see what it was all about.
This video documents how I arrived home last night:
When I did the interview I asked if ‘exhiliration’ would describe what it was like, and I was told that it was more ‘ecstatic’.
Well, I can vouch for the fact that it was indeed ecstatic. It brought about such a huge energy shift as we became the spiritual warrior on his true path of surrendering to divine will.
It was a time of moving to the music and freeing up physical and mental blockages that hold us back from stepping into our role as spiritual warriors. It was incredible to feel the sheer raw force of that energy being released and finding expression.
As we danced we had to continue moving through any physical resistance, seeing where our bodies were saying no. At first there was a sense of tiredness, of a general flagging and then there was a resurgence as we broke through and began to express our determination. The dance turned into one of spiritual ecstasy.
And when we reached the climax of the dance and we allowed the energy to flow through us as we became still again, there was great power in that stillness.
We sat in the circle at the end and the shift was tangible and visible. The empowerment was there in our eyes and our words. I took it home with me, slept with it and woke up this morning still buzzing with it.
As I read over this post I can see that my words are unable to convey the experience. My video shares some of it with you.
I think it should be available on doctor’s prescription for the general public.
I just wish I had discovered this years ago.
Please share if you have experienced a kundalini dance class. I’d love to hear from you.