|Title:||Dancing with Gaia Trailer (Dancing With Gaia - Earth Energies, Sacred Sexuality & Return of the Goddess)|
|Description:||Trailer for "Dancing With Gaia", a feature-length documentary on how labyrinths, dreams, sacred sex and landscape dancing connect you with the earth. Filmmaker Jo Carson's new movie "Dancing With Gaia" explores the nexus of earth energy, sacred sexuality, and our mother earth seen as a goddess, or Gaia. "Dancing With Gaia" takes viewers throughout Europe, the Mediterranean and the US, highlighting sacred sites of ancient earth-centered religions. |
With this backdrop, fifteen visionaries stir the imagination with new ways of looking at the world. They explain how to release conditioning that keeps people from experiencing the earth as part of their own body, and provide tools to begin personally feeling the life of the planet.
Among the speakers are Monica Sjoo (1938 - 2005), co-author of "The Great Cosmic Mother, Rediscovering the Religion of the Earth", Francesca De Grandis, founder of Faerie Nation and author of "Be A Goddess!", geomancer Richard Feather Anderson, Cerridwen Fallingstar, author of "The Heart of the Fire", Joan Marler, editor of Marija Gimbutas' "The Civilization of the Goddess", and Fred Adams (1928 - 2008), founder of the early pagan group, Feraferia.
As speaker Joan Marler says, our culture needs new myths to live by, which include the experience of earth and our bodies as sacred. "As long as we conceive of divinity as outside or above us, there is no way we can change our course." By honoring our relations with all beings, the sacred earth and our own sensual bodies, we can create a future of balance and beauty.
|Related Titles:||Dancing with Gaia|
|Related Names:||Monica Sjoo, Leila Castle, Kathy Jones, Nuala MacDowell Ahern, Martin Gregory, Jo Carson, Cerridwen Fallingstar, Fred Adams, Serena Roney-Dougal, Blanche Rowan, Richard Feather Anderson, Francesca De Grandis, Jill Smith, Joan Marler, Alex Champion, Cheska Potter|
|Content Rating:||Not Rated|
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get the video to play on my computer?
You can begin to play the video by clicking on the triangle "play" image sitting in the middle of the video player on this page.
If you do not see a video player on this page, you may not have Flash installed on your computer. To play a video, you need to have Flash 9+ installed on your computer. Versions of Flash are available for Mac, Windows, and Linux, and can be downloaded free of charge here.
If you have Flash 9+ installed on your computer and you still cannot see a video player, you may have installed Flash blocking or ad blocking software which prevents you from seeing this Flash video. To see the video, you will need to disable your blocking software on IMDb.com.
How do I report video problems?
You can suggest corrections for IMDb title, series or names associated with this video. If you believe this video is inappropriate, in violation of copyright, or is otherwise in violation of our Terms and Conditions, instead report it to our customer service staff. Once you've reported the video, a staff member will decide how to handle your feedback.
How can I upload my video to your site?
If you own the rights to movies, TV shows, clips or trailers and would like to upload them to IMDb for free streaming, please visit the video upload help page for additional information.
If you would like to upload a demo reel to your name page or the name page of someone you represent, sign up for IMDb Pro and use the Demo Reel service.
How do I submit feedback?
More information on IMDb video is available in our help section.