Interplay and its adaptation, movement meditation, use free-flowing movement to facilitate greater intimacy with the body and spirit
Voices• Movement Meditation has helped me to be more relaxed, lighter and healthier. I love the spontaneous movement because though it’s profound, it’s also fun, easy and simple and gives the same results (if not better) than the traditional sit-in-one-place meditation. I used to feel a lot of fear and even panic – now I take things calmly. I have begun to accept and love my body – a part of loving myself. I also feel much freer in relationships.” Marita Nazareth,(48), facilitator.
• “What I enjoyed most about InterPlay was that it wasn’t about doing anything – not even sitting still or breathing in a particular way or bringing certain images to mind – but simply about letting go or getting out of the way to allow the body-spirit to surrender to the ‘sacred dance’ that is life! As the energy rises and flows with the music it leads the body into divinely choreographed movements. It is not just about relishing one’s own spirit, but also about connecting with the spirit of others, with the divine in nature and with the sacredness of humanity itself.” Janet Pinto,(58), director, Kairos Integral Consulting
• “Unlike other forms of prayer, concentration seemed to come automatically. I felt totally free due to the loss of inhibitions. Praying for the other with the abandon of sacred movement healed self and gave me as much comfort and peace as being prayed over. I could live the rest of my life on a mountain with just movement meditation.” Donna Reen
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