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My Lifelong Search for Sacred Dance

When I reflect on my lifelong dedication to Sacred Dance, I see that all along I have been motivated by the longing to worship with others in a way which strengthens community, welcomes the body, and honours women and the earth. The traditional circle dances I’ve been researching for 35 years have been the golden thread guiding me on this journey. The dances represent a living lineage of indigenous European wisdom, in harmony with that of non-European peoples, and the values they embody are exactly the values we need to rekindle now, as we face a critical crossroads in human history.

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BALI BEAUTY ALL AROUND

                                                                                                       By JoyBeth Lufty Welcome One, Welcome All…Z From Maiden to Mystress, from Mother to Muse, The Wheel keeps on turning and this much

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A Time to Dance, Interview with Barbara Supovitz by Andrea Kronzez

An interview with Festival 2015 Presenter BARBARA SUPOVITZ
THE JOY AND SPIRIT OF FOLK AND MODERN DANCE

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Is This Heaven? By Elaine Sisler

Dancers from Maine, Connecticut, Canada, New Hampshire, New York, Virginia, Ohio, Cape Cod and over ten different Massachusetts towns gathered to celebrate and dance their divine diversity in Sacred Dance Guild’s first SD-GO Global Initiative, CultureFest weekend.

Posted in Christian dance, Circle Dance, Dance, Dance festival, folk dance, Global OutReach, Liturgical dance, moving meditation, Religious dance, Sacred Dance, World Dance