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NICE_1
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Hi All .:)

Whilst meditating yesterday I was given the word eurythmics . I had heard of the word before (and the pop group lol) but I didn’t at the time have a true explanation/understanding of the meaning behind the word .

Here’s something written on the Internet In reference to eurythmics by a chap named Émile Jaques-Dalcroze (July 6, 1865 – July 1, 1950),

He was a Swiss composer, musician and music educator who developed eurhythmics, a method of learning and experiencing music through movement.

The Dalcroze Method involves teaching musical concepts through movement. A variety of movement analogues are used for musical concepts, to develop an integrated and natural feel for musical expression. Turning the body into a well-tuned musical instrument, Dalcroze felt, was the best path to generating a solid, vibrant musical foundation.

Well that makes sense to me as I am looking In to sound at the moment and to the benefits / healing properties of It from using singing bowls tuning forks chakra pipes and chanting / toning work .

Does anyone have any thoughts or experiences to share In regards to sound expression like eurythmics as mentioned above .

x dazzle x

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Mar56
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There is a system founded by Rudolph Steiner called Eurythmy.

[url]Eurythmy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/url]

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NICE_1
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There is a system founded by Rudolph Steiner called Eurythmy.

[url]Eurythmy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/url]

Thanks for the link .. I have spoken of Rudolph Steiner in another post somewhere on the forums in regards to him overseeing some of my development work so this is perhaps further confirmation of his involvement ..

thanks again ..

x dazzle x

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