DANCE AND SPIRITUALITY

VIDEOS

CID Members and Friends have sent and are always sending us samples of their artistic works; many of them are related to spirituality.

Enjoy a collection that will be constantly enriched.


You can also send your videos to help us cultivate it even more!

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Oh SUAVISSIMA

Variation In Colors By Nathalie Guillmé

On the occasion of the celebration of Hildegard von Bingen (September 17, date of her death in 1179), tribute paid, in the form of dancing improvisation, in the Notre-Dame church in Mortefontaine-en-Thelle , France

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Seungma

One Beautiful Initially Religous And Professional Dance 

credit : AprilYouKnow
The dancer’s long and white sleeves movements, the serenity of white hood, a breathtaking pause, and then a soul-stirring movement contribute to the singular uniqueness of the seungmu.
Seungmu is a Korean dance performed by Buddhist monks. It is one of the most famous Korean traditional dances and designated as Important Intangible Cultural Property of South Korea number 27 in 1969. It was developed into a solo dance by professional dancers.

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Sri Matangi Devi

Worshiping Dance Performed In Gaudiya Nritya

By Rachana Kar CID Member

Choreography: Prof. Dr. Mahua Mukherjee
Music research and vocal support: Sri Amitava Mukherjee
Sri Matangi Devi is not one of the more commonly known goddess forms; however, she appears in varying conceptions all across the Indian subcontinent, from the mountains of Tibet to the jungles of Tamil Nadu. Her Dhyanas are very diverse, and change quite a lot depending on the Tantra consulted — Her complexion can range from white (She is the Tantric Saraswati) to brown or black (She is a tribal Chandala; an outcaste) to blue or green (She is Meenakshi Madurai, and also a form of Kali); with two or four arms, holding various different weapons and other items — most often a veena (Indian lute).

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Vasudaiva Kutumbakam

The World is a One Family

Presented by Natyashala School under the direction of Charanya Gurusathya CID Member on July 21st 2021 as an event of the “Dance and Spirituality “ Program
Bharatanatyam production, inspired by major spiritualities Hinduism, Sufism, Taoism, Christianity and Buddhism with a common goal to attain the Supreme Consciousness.

Video Photography by : Gregory Bateson and Jane Belo
Edited by : Josef Bohmer
Music arranged by : Colin MePhee

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Bali

Trace and Dance by Gregory Bateson and Margaret Mead 

Cecile Robert CID Member was inspired by this dance and proposed a free dance session in the 5 rhythms format and by accompanying people, starting from a dream or a project, in a dance that traversed the 6 domains of consciousness on the 5 rhythms. And the returns were very beautiful, including a poem… It could be about our spirituality today (Bateson’s sixth realm), about trance today in our western world…

Video Photography by : Gregory Bateson and Jane Belo
Edited by : Josef Bohmer
Music arranged by : Colin MePhee

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Bohol

Company-Blue by Gigi Caciuleanu

Fringe Festival in Manila 2018-Maybank Theater.
Guest International Choreographer: Gigi Caciuleanu CID member
social support for young artists from the island of Bohol in the Philippines, through the practice of dance and performing arts.

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