What do you do if you hear voices or see things? As a Euro-American woman I’ll tell you what you should do. You should shut up. However, if voices prod you to quench the thirst for big human needs like Love, Justice, and Freedom, you might become a blabbermouth performance artist like me. You might try to demystify dance, healing rituals and communal peacemaking enough to wave a flag in sight of the mainstream. The voice of Love is that compelling….
Here’s what others are saying about Chasing the Dance of Life:
“From Cynthia Winton-Henry’s creative mind, body and spirit, comes a story of how the universal dance has played out in her particular life—so far! We laugh, we cry, we identify. I can’t wait to see what comes next.” —Carolyn North
“Chasing the Dance of Life is the InterPlay version of Eat, Pray, Love. Cynthia describes her search for an authentic faith that embraces the body and its wisdom, mystical experiences, and paradigm shifting liberation. She encounters barriers and unexpected openings wherever she goes and uses these to evolve as a person and as a participant in the universal dance of life.” —Krista Harris
“These stories inspire me to move more ecstatically with the whole of my life, and to find the joy in a time when carefulness monitors our every gesture. Who could imagine that these toes could speak such mystic and marvelous things. This is a counter cultural choreography of hope!” —Rod Pattenden
CYNTHIA WINTON-HENRY co-founded Inter-Play® with Phil Porter. As co-director of Body Wisdom, Inc. she travels the world, teaches and develops InterPlay® ideas and tools as active, creative approaches to unlocking the wisdom of the body. Her home is in Alameda, California.