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drom-e-non. - n. [ <Gk. drae. to do, to act, to make, to accomplish; dromenon, something to be acted or performed -- cf. "drama", dramatic movement, from the same root]
We invite sites fitting into "The Universal Dance -- The Dromenon, --" to join this Web Ring.
- Ancient Gk: a ritual pattern of dynamic expression, a therapeutic dance rhythm in which participants experience second birth into a higher order of consciousness and community; esp., an initiation rite of Spring.
- Medieval: a dance movement of turning through a maze pattern on the floorstones of such cathedrals as Chartres; a "therapy in stone" whose turning and stretching stimulate motor-perception and inspire profound kinesthetic intuition; "remembering" of the original pulse [cf. religio. to bind back].
- Modern and Post-
- a: a metaphor of the accelerating evolutionary growth of consciousness with a new vision of the possible human; creative orchestration of mental processes; expansion from local to ecological awareness in preparation for unpreceented challenges facing future "Planetary Woman / Man."
- b: a center for change founded by Drs. Jean Houston and Robert Masters offering contemporary people the opportunity to move beyond conditioned capacities toward creative development of their potential
Dromenon made possible by
the Webring and New Dream Network.