Dancing when you are alone

Moment #2

To dance, then, is to cultivate this sensory awareness of ourselves as movement-in-the-making. To dance is to yield to this development as it happens in us and to us by virtue of the movements we are making. To dance, whether one is on a brightly lit stage in a modern dance performance or alone in the desert on a dark night, is to allow oneself to become a living stream of sensory, kinetic creativity -a continuous flow of erupting impulsesbanked by the movement patterns one is making.

by Kimerer L. LaMothe