With the coronavirus on the loose, I don't see this as a time for fasting. As I understand it, although your immune system can come back stronger after a fast, while fasting it can temporarily be lowered - not ideal at the current time. It might therefore be thought that this wouldn't be the best … Continue reading Rapture Remembered at Rest: The Rhyme of the Hungry Dawn Raver (spoken word)
In Persia dancing has been bannedHow hard the heart, how cruel the hand Commanding such a dreadful purgeAcross that ancient, noble land For dance is our deep seated urge Responding to a joyous surgeMore full of soul and spirit than Some somber, drearyl prayer-time dirge Rule-maker, cast your mind through time To when you were … Continue reading On the Iranian Injunction against Dancing
I fasted yesterday for the first time after quite a long Winter break, and had an HDR session this morning. It was easier than I expected. Can the body keep the knack for months at a time without practice? Over the break my musical tastes re-diversified; I became interested in YouTube videos on chord progressions … Continue reading A Demigod Danced in my Kitchen Today
I haven't posted on this Confessions of a Hungry Dawn Raver blog for a while. I've been posting to another, new blog site, on a subject that augments and complements Hungry Dawn Raving in a great way - Gratitude Journaling. Or rather a glorified version of this where you don't merely keep a list of things … Continue reading Glorified Gratitude Journal as Perfect Compliment to Hungry Dawn Raving
ISometimes the Gate Elysian swings wideAt lightest touch, and easily we glideStraight to the centre of the happy throngNo sooner than we hear the happy song When comes the beat, we leap to dance Repeat, repeat: we enter tranceAnd freely flows the kundalini fire The happy strains sound honey sweet Their joys not hard to … Continue reading Ode to Emotional Trance
I'm getting into the idea of keeping a kind of glorified scrapbook / gratitude journal where instead of just listing things you're glad about, (shown by scientific studies to be an effective long-term mood raiser) you go all out and write lofty odes about those things on your list which generate sufficient passion. With this … Continue reading Glorifying Your Gratitude Journal with Odes – 1) An Ode to Bath Locks
Once the genetic switches have flicked to put the body comfortably into the Fasting State, does it really matter what time of day it is as far as HDR is concerned? Does it really have to be Hungry Dawn Raving – couldn’t it be done at other times? If it could, there could be practical … Continue reading Why Not Hungry Evening Raving?