Out of the blue, often with someone you least expect, you can suddenly Ďfeel ití. It is hard to describe. I suppose it is a blanket of joy. A special special moment that physically traverses through your body. I canít propose any method or way to get this to happen. You donít have to be especially good nor attuned. However, harmony falls in your lap with that dancer there and then for no discernible reason.
As for euphoria, well that is easier to bring about. It is something that builds. It stems from a good atmosphere in the hall. With one song after another in keeping with your person preferences chiding you to have ever more fun. Some may dance like crazy at home to their hi-fi and get very happy. Two people, three people, or a room full of pleasant fun-loving types feed off one another. Hence, partner dancing is suited to generate euphoric lasting moments. The key is in the building of the atmosphere as the night wears on. In terms of the music, I believe our DNA has fixed ideas of what resonates and what jars. The right keys in your lock that ramps up your fervour. If you imagine a child on a swing. You push each time it swings towards you. Push too early and it bashes you. Get the timing right and the child swings higher and higher. The music is the energy that is either in keeping with your DNA or not so much. One needs the right vibrations, the vibrations that suit what you are born with.
The trance is something that resembles hypnosis. Self-hypnosis. Peaceful, gentle music and zen dancing enables you to switch into this odd state. It is odd indeed and most welcome. You are transported into another world Ė a world inside you. This is generally reserved for close dance partners and those you feel most at home with. Altered states. Dance meeting yoga. Once again, the difference between this and meditation is the human presence, that presence of some else there close to you.
These and more are set to be explored, to some degree, over time, in the dance evenings ahead. They are quite far removed from simply having a good dance with someone. They go way beyond that. That is not to say that one has to really feel it to have a good time, but that there is more to explore in us than we know.
The Plough Inn, Stoke Lacy, Bromyard, Herefordshire, HR7 4HG
Easy access off the A465 main Bromyard - Hereford road. 20 mins from Bartestree.
Drinks available at the bar - please don't bring your own. Great food if you want a meal before/after.
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