Born in a Dance

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According to a legend, Apsaras were born as a result of the churning of space by the gods or through the dance of the gods. As a result, they were called «born in dance».

The word Apsara (अप्सरा) comes from Apsu Rosa (अप्सरस्), which means the essence of a substance (ocean water or alchemical water) formed during the dance of the gods (churning of the ocean). The essence of Apsara is the knowledge of nutrition with Amrita or the elixir of immortality.

Initially, Apsaras were associated with different microcosmic fields and later with elements of ether and water. Over time, demigoddesses represented various macrocosmic processes compared to the generation of life-giving force. It was understood as the churning of space by Apsaras to obtain the divine elixir.

Thus, Apsaras personify the life-giving and fruitful forces of the macrocosm. And each Apsara individually embodies one or another vibration or proportion, that is expressed in the idea of ​​her dance or another form of performing arts.

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Program

Temple Dance Temple Dance Lecture

The Temple Dance represents knowledge both about the space of the temple and about the space of a woman from the perspective of the possibilities of preserving and increasing energy.

In fact, the first temples were dedicated to women, mothers, and the cult of fertility. The main task of these temples was generation of energy. And therefore, the temples were seen as sacred symbols of the woman’s reproductive power.

Apsara Rambha Apsara Rambha
Rambha is a extraordinary apsara, one of the magical and beautiful female beings of Devaloka. With the help of her belly, she churned ambrosia, following the example of how she herself emerged from the depths of the ocean. This churning process relates it to Lakshmi, which represents the force of generation.Like other apsaras, she fulfilled her plan and reached a state of crystallization, which is allegorically represented by legend, how she was turned into a rock for seducing the sage Vishwamitra.Rambha radiates a sandalwood scent and maintains order in the three worlds. Her dance is her sadhana through which she is refining space.
Apsara Menaka Apsara Menaka
Menaka was born during the brewing of the ocean of milk by the Devas and Asuras and was one of the most beautiful celestial nymphs among the Apsara. She demonstrates power and ability of a woman to influence the space and people. Actually, Menaka personifies the nature of feminine consciousness and the enormous opportunities that a woman can embody, but also that she can teach a man.
Apsara Urvasi Apsara Urvasi
Urvasi was a heavenly dancer of Indra’s palace. She represented  emotional and the physical nature of woman. Her dance aimed at expressing and shaping the power of thighs (as the basis of the physical) and the heart (as the basis of the sensual). The sages taught Urvasi the sacred dance of the hip, with the help of which she created the elixir. In this way, the apsara learned about the original nature of the female body..
Apsara Tilotama Apsara Tilotama
Tilotama is an Apsara, portrayed as the finest figure of the highest quality. Hence, his dance is linked to the idea of the womb, which generates the most beautiful seed. Tilotama became a symbol of Yoni (Yoni — womb), which generates infinite divine energy and represents the nature of Shakti.
Apsara Gritachi Apsara Gritachi
Gritachi is a three-dimensional creature representing the energies of Vishnu, Brahma and Shiva. She, as intended for the Apsaras of extraordinary beauty, enjoyed the fact that she disrupted the peace of the sages and became the mother of their children. Gritachi’s importance lies in the ability to give to the born souls the highest consciousness as these souls were formed according to the principle of the temple architecture.

Schedule

The program will take place on Saturdays and Sundays:

Moscow time (GMT+3)
«Temple Dance» introductory lecture
10 April (Saturday) 15:00—16:00
Practice  
11 April  (Sunday) 14:00—15:00
17, 24 April (Saturday) 15:00—16:00
18, 25 April (Sunday) 14:00—15:00

Price

«Temple Dance» introductory lecture 10.04 500
One day pass 3000
Complete program 10000
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