To bring the innerdance into experience takes a day, an hour, or just a second. To bring the innerdance energy into context happens in the infinite creative forces we call time-space. It is always learning, always shifting, always discovering. It often feels like a baby that has just awoken into the blank page; a newness that doesn’t stop experiencing the unexpected.

This space celebrates what has emerged in so many courageous beings that have ventured into the unknown depths of Who We Are. They are as much teachers by demonstration, as they are co-learners in this classroom
called the universe. I hope that long after these are written, the learning continues, into the spaces where no time exists.

On this page and the next are a few words shared on the innerdance process.

“For me, the innerdance represents the missing aspect of practical spirituality I was searching for to help elevate mass human consciousness above petty materialism, a universally accessible raising of awareness that can embrace the ecology of our planet.

It is a potential and actual force to help us return to simplicity, basic goodness and our authentic individual beauty.”
– Dr. Nick SmithEngland

“I explored, felt, loved and experienced my body moving in ways it never had in the past. A knot I have had in my middle back ever since a car accident two years ago is gone!”
– Karen Fletcher, MPH, Seattle, Washington
“innerdance is about flow, tuning in to deeper psychic, emotional and spiritual energies that exist within each of us and allowing these inner forces to move outward; it needs childlike trust, a suspension of the constant stream of mental chitchat that occupies our heads. When it happens, there is such a sense of release, of healing and coming home to one’s deepest music—personal and unique. All the layers of conventions , coping mechanisms and survival efforts simply fall away .One can touch the Core, our Original Source.”
– Agnes, Philippine Daily Inquirer

“Once the blockages are released, the initiate often proceeds into a trance-like dance that can be equivalent to the crumbling away of one’s masks which allows a freedom from personal blockages.”
– Chichi, Vision Magazine, California

It was an innerdance—an inner rebirth. It was a very powerful experience for me and I found myself teary-eyed. It was a cathartic experience I could not forget.”
– Jaime Licauco, Philippine Daily Inquirer

To date, I still have not found an acceptable, rational explanation. What I do know is that I felt and continue to feel God’s presence more acutely after I experienced the innerdance. I guess this outcome is more important than finding the cause.”
– Kay, The Freeman Newspaper, Cebu

“Simplicity is at the heart of it all, enabling us to stay connected to our inner self as we continue the dance.”
– Agnes, Town and Country Magazine

“The experience is sacred. It launches initiates into an acceleration of spiritual development, which includes processes of purification and profound transformation.”
– Troy, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Lifestyle

“I explored, felt, loved and experienced my body moving in ways it never had in the past. Some movements reminded me of my qigong practice but the movements went further, deeper and unraveled tension from my feet all through the fascia in my back, arms, neck and face. I felt such freedom and Joy! And I felt a new ease and freedom in my Being and movement in my body afterward. I also felt such deep, deep gratitude for my experience, the facilitators, and all the people who were there. Thank you!! And my new feeling of freedom and wellness in my body has continued since my 2nd innerdance…AND a knot I have had in my middle back ever since a car accident two years ago is gone!”
– Karen Fletcher, MPH, Seattle, Washington

“I’ve never felt so light and ecstatic. When the twister subsided I could not contain the energy in my body prompting me to roar so loudly. Then I was making very synchronized movements with my hands just like what the ancient monks were doing while meditating. It was so powerful that I wasdancing for more than two hours, later dancing like there was a baby in my arms which looked as though I was cradling and embracing … the child in me was re-born; I became a new person and was sitting at the far end,quietly full of awe and wonder.”
– Marwin, Cebu

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