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Unified Threads


Synopsis: 

It all starts with perception.
What if our perception of the world, and its many inhabitants, expanded?
Every Being has a different vantage point.
When we truly know a soul, we find knowledge.
Asking questions with an open mind is how we learn how to relate to one another.
When we identify with someone beyond the surface level, we fear less and love more.
We’re all teachers.
Every Being on this planet has something impactful to share.
This podcast is about expanding our vision and illuminating the threads that bind us together as a community.

Simply put, this podcast is about Lessons in Love.

Welcome to Unified Threads.

Show artwork generously provided by Hava Gurevich

Feb 2, 2016

Every day that we wake up, we are being given the chance to be a part of something bigger than ourselves. 

A chance to dance the dance of life. 

I’ve always been afraid to dance. 

I was told I wasn’t a good dancer when I was younger, therefore I avoided it. 

Now I’m realizing that may have been because I was suppressing my true self. 

A magical feeling happens when we begin to express ourselves from our core. 

A feeling of aliveness and belonging.  

Movement can alter our emotions. 

Emotions can and do create our world.

Featuring thoughts from the Ypsi priestess of the bees, Jamie Berlin, who shares what we can learn from our pollinator friends, and Solomon Kreuger from Flow Dance Montreal, who shares about the creation of an intentional space that brings people together through freedom of dance. 

Episode takeaways:

#1—Listening to the body transforms the way we express ourselves.  

#2—Like the dance of the honey bee, human dance is a form of language.

#3—A bee hive is the ultimate organism demonstrating the importance of working together.

Special you to the Tam Tam Drummers of Mount Royal Park Montreal, Alternative Jazz musician Mariam Behnam (https://www.facebook.com/Mariam-Behnam), and Indie/Folk musician Chey Halliwill (https://www.facebook.com/cheyhalliwill) for sharing your musical talents for this episode.