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What Dance is Dancing You?

Aug 15, 2020

What Dance Is Dancing You?

September 2,1993 I witnessed Mikhail Baryshnikov become the dance at the Santa Fe Opera. I wept as the sun went down over the Jemez Mountains and the dance danced him. It was a sacred, holy time. He. Was. The. Dance.

Becoming the dance didn’t happen miraculously for him that early fall evening. It took decades of practice, discipline, embodiment and inspiration. It took finding and working with mentors. It took staying focused. It took sacrificing and saying no in order to say yes to the dance, one hundred percent.

What dance is dancing you? What are you practicing? What are you focusing on? What are you sacrificing so you can say yes to your dance 100%?

To determine what dance is dancing you…look who you have become.

If you find your dance is not a reflection of who you want to become… change the music. Restructure the choreography of your life and leap into the air!

Become the dance you have always known was there. Let the dance dance you…

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