Continuum Movement: An Inquiry into Being – Science and Nonduality Conference (SAND 2017)

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 Continuum Movement® is a dynamic inquiry into what it is to be a human being, providing a method to consciously explore our self as an unfolding biological and planetary process. Water, and the fact that the body’s composition is mostly of water, is considered of great importance. All fluids of the body – the circulating blood, the tides of cerebrospinal fluid, the pump of the lymph system, the net of membranes or the swirl of viscera and brain – function as ONE stream of intelligence. Continuum’s movements are designed to enhance the undulating spirals and circularity of this fluid system. A full range of non-patterned movement, from dynamic full-bodied expression to subtle micro-movements, stimulates neurological growth and vibrancy. Learn to use specific sounds and movement sequences to stimulate fluid movement within the body / mind for an extraordinary awakening to the fullness of what it means to be alive.

Through breath, sound, movement, sensation, and pleasure, experience the interconnection of your origins with the larger currents of all organisms, beginning with the first cell and ultimately layered into the intricacies of human life.

Central goals of Continuum are the creation of health and wellness and how to free oneself from cultural and mechanistic constraints of modern society. Continuum maintains movement is the message and the way.

Register here for Donnalea’s pre-conference workshop on Thursday, October 19th.

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Learn more about Science and Nonduality

Science and Nonduality (SAND) is a five-day immersive experience where leading scientists, spiritual teachers, philosophers, artists, and a thriving international community gather to explore a new paradigm in spirituality, one that is based on timeless wisdom traditions, informed by cutting-edge science, and grounded in direct experience.
October 18th-22nd, San Jose, California, USA


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