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Ego vs. Pride

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I really dig this article on Wisegeek examining the sometimes subtle, but important, difference between ego and pride. In my estimation, ego can get in the way of progressing in our dance, while pride can be motivating and bolstering in … Read More

Teacher loyalty…

To All Students,Regarding “Loyalty” to Your TeacherBy Amanda Niehauswith a few edits by me personally(originally posted at Shira.net which is a fantastic resource for all things bellydance. Check it out!) Dear students of this beautiful art form, I am a … Read More

The quality of a teacher…

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Posted by Ali of n.o.madic tribal, taken from a yoga blog kept by a Jivamukta:http://athayoganusasanam.blogspot.com/ Thanks for sharing this wonderful sentiment, Ali! “Teachers are extensions of their masters. Average teachers are merely mimicking their masters. The great teachers have found … Read More

Digging your own roots…

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RE: historical dance, ethnic dance, authentic dance, etc I definitely feel tied to the idea that what I am doing has roots in something larger and older than myself. There is some romanticism in it, sure, but for me, it … Read More

And Asharah does it again…

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So part of why I dug up my older kudos-post to Asharah is because she continually asks the tough questions, and gives some thought-provoking and worthy answers. Her most recent post about “Vintage Fusion Bellydance” is again right on the … Read More

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