This is a recurring eventapril 21, 2024 1:00 pm
PanEuRhythmy Sacred Circle Dance and Walking Meditation
sun17sep1:00 pmsun2:00 pm1:00 pm - 2:00 pm The Hearts Center of Mount ShastaBulgarian Spiritual DancePanEuRhythmy Sacred Circle Dance and Walking Meditation Event TagsCommunity,Fun,Meetup,Moving Meditation
Fun, uplifting and easy to follow! Our dance time depends on the weather. Call or write to confirm the time. Social distancing. Sundays, 11am (July -August-September) or 1:00 pm
Fun, uplifting and easy to follow! Our dance time depends on the weather. Call or write to confirm the time. Social distancing.
Sundays, 11am (July -August-September) or 1:00 pm (May-June- October) every New Moon Sunday, usually the 3rd Sunday of the month, weather permitting, in-person, outdoors (shoes optional). Led by Shima Moore, Mt Shasta Paneurhythmy.
For venue locations and more information, contact: Cathleen 707-332-8726 firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT IS PANEURHYTHMY?
Paneurhythmy is a system of physical-musical-exercises developed by Peter Deunov between 1922 and 1944, focused on achieving inner balance and harmonization. The emphasis of the exercises is on giving and receiving, with the goal of creating a conscious exchange with the forces of nature. Paneurhythmy is practiced for both physical fitness and spiritual development. The creator of paneurhythmy defines it as a science: “Paneurhythmy is a science that regulates one’s physical, spiritual, and mental functions and is a combination of human thoughts, feelings, and actions.
Etymologically, Paneurhythmy is derived from three roots:
Pan meaning the whole, everything, the cosmic,
EU meaning “the true” or “supreme,” the essential, and
Rhythm meaning periodicity and correctness of movement.
The prefix “pan” implies expression of rhythm that is innate to nature.
Based on these etymological roots, paneurhythmy directly translates to Cosmic Sublime Rhythm.
The idea of living with harmony with nature is prominent in the practice of paneurhythmy… Deunov believed there was a direct connection between thought and movement, that through the harmony between music, movement, and ideas, paneurhythmy was capable of promoting creative forces within the greater society. Over time, Paneurhythmy has attracted the attention of people from different cultures and nationalities, despite the 40-year communist regime in Bulgaria that forbade such practices. The collective dancing at Seven Rila Lakes in the Rila mountains on 19–21 August can be singled out as the largest gathering, with over 2000 practitioners attending per year from a variety of countries, including France, Canada, Italy, Ukraine, and Russia.
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(Sunday) 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm