Loosing “me”

The most vital shift that happened is that I lost part of myself
Some of the sense of “self” that was Limiting me to move
I notice that by controlling less, there is more space it is obvious… but apparently I believed
That being safe is being in control
Now I know that being safe is to let go and trust
That my body knows
That the dance practice, the group, is the safest place I could wish for to lose myself in it, yet to be so present…
Letting go of control, without letting go responsibility, that I believe, is the essence of the work we do
And it extends far beyond the dance practice

Being able to ride the horse, without wanting to control it

Without wanting anything except for experiencing the pleasure of the ride

The practice of presence is profound

It clearly connects our specific work, the dance practice, and my professional life.

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