Episode 34 - Stillness in movement
Today our guest is Amiyo Devienne. Amiyo is a dance teacher, choreographer and dance therapist. In 1989 Osho asked Amiyo to study Gurdjieff Movements and for the past 30 years she has been travelling worldwide to share her experience.
I think you’re going to really enjoy this episode, and as always, send your questions to email@example.com or contact Amiyo via her website below. Enjoy the show!
Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode:
How Amiyo came across Osho
How Amiyo got into Gurdjeff movements
Osho asks Amiyo to create a seminar on Gurdjeff movements
The path of Osho and the path of Gurdjieff
How Amiyo brings Osho’s teaching into the Gurdjieff movements practice
Amiyo explains how to enjoy Gurdjieff movements
The art of teaching Gurdjieff movement in a relaxed, non-rigid and non-serious way
Amiyo explains how Gurdjieff movements helps to develop presence and awareness
Gurdjieff movement is not a therapy, it’s about bringing the mind to a point of stillness
Gurdjieff movement as an antidote to the rampant digital dependency which causes mind fragmentation and disconnection from the body
How Amiyo combines free dancing and letting go with the more precise Gurdjieff movement
Gurdjieff movements and its effects on the brain: it creates new neurological pathways between the left and right sides of the brain
Amiyo’s projects and activities around the world
Amiyo's morning routine
Amiyo's favourite meditation
Amiyo and Osho today
Amiyo on Facebook
Love Osho Youtube channel
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