“To Live on the Pulse”

To sing, to play, to dance, on the Pulse, you must believe that there is a Spirit World.
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“True Stillness: The Amygdala at Peace”

Our word stillness is from the root STA, to stand, to stay. Hence, for instance, steadfast. We think of stillness as being without movement.
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“Making All Movement Dance”

Upward movement encourages dance, just as upward movement transmutes speech into music.
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“The Grace of a Child”

Perhaps every child lives in action meditation, only to lose it later.
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Video: Grace

Inspired by a story told to him by the great Australian writer Alan Marshall, Dr. Diamond discusses the concept of grace: in movement, in sports, and in music.

See more videos by Dr Diamond on his YouTube channel.

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“Jackson Pollock Dances”

You might think that Jackson Pollock’s movements when flinging the paint would be awkward – even violent. But look at the films of him in action: he’s dancing! There is rhythm and flow; there is grace.

My canvas is much, much smaller – no room for my body to dance – but when I look at it, my hand always is.

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