movement

All that is important is this one moment in movement. Make the moment important, vital, and worth living. Do not let it slip away unnoticed and unused.

– Martha Graham

when you slammed the worlds door, there is not much that can hold you. despite to our intuitive needs of connection and movement, we try to protect our inner realms, like a flower that closes her petals. we try to remember the feeling of protection in the womb: warm, dark, loving.

but with every leaf we close, we get more and more stuck. we start to fear of choosing and unlearn the limitless directions we were given.

movement is our natural energy. no matter how movable our body might be. the movement begins in our mind as a stardust, that floods our veins and a whole universe begins to unravel in our nerves, bones, muscles and fluids. there doesn’t even have to be an outer movement: just feeling the waves and flows inside us starts to unlock our appetite of life.

movement means also being wild and slow at once. it’s expressing all archetypes, all that we can be, unapologetic and authentic. our feet become the prayer and worship, carrying us wherever we need to be.