From Heart Flow to Heightened Observation The process was purely an intuitive one until I began to travel across parts of Asia and America where communities asked me to conduct trainings that would allow them to sustain their own transformation work using the innerdance as a platform.
As I committed to numerous teacher training trips almost every two to three months that happened upon request in places like Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Hong Kong, the US, and so many parts of the Philippines, I began to perceive an objective science that brought about relevant insights to what, how and why this energy existed the way it did. In this way, it is a fallacy that I am the founder of innerdance as is normally published or promoted in the many workshops that happen in Europe, America and Asia. In hindsight, I acted more as a student learning from the intensely varied energy feedbacks that spoke back intelligently and reflexively through people’s heightened experiences.
This marked the shift of innerdance purely as experience and healing to that of observation and consciousness. From states of feeling to states of knowing.
As I came to respect and converse with people in the numerous stages of conscious inquiry, the chaotic non-linear nature of the notes in my many notebooks lit up arrows pointing to symmetrical patterns relating to brain waves, consciousness states, resonance, physical transmutation, emotional levels, and geometric numerical patterns … revealing a carefully consistent languaging that had the capacity to communicate from our internal depths what is often unperceivable through semantic and linear verbal exchanges.
It was when I agreed to conduct formal teacher trainings that a loose curriculum called Energy School contained the loose elements in a spiralling motion, holding cyclical points of the process across different geographical areas, long enough for a multi-cultural objectivity to help weed out the identifications of the personal and to then start affirming what seemed energetically applicable to multiple systems, what an accomplished British psychiatrist Dr. Nick Smith elaborates in a research paper he wrote on innerdance: “For me, 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."