Carlos Castaneda's Tensegrity. Video (VHS)
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Movement system proposed by Carlos Castaneda
The movemets looks like Tai-Chi but with more powerful punches and movements.
This video contains 12 basic movements for well-being.
This video is a succinct and pragmatic guide
This video is a succinct and pragmatic guide to wiser usage of the bodies natural energy dispersal patterns. As an M.D., I often encounter patients who are far too stagnant and content to let their bodies kineseological range go unexplored.The "Tensegrity" video series is a wonderful tool for total use of our energies.
Tensegrity is the modernized version of some movements called magical passes developed by Indian shamans who lived in Mexico in times prior to the Spanish Conquest.
Times prior to the Spanish Conquest is a term used by don Juan Matus, a Mexican Indian shaman who introduced Carlos Castaneda, Carol Tiggs, Florinda Donner-Grau and Taisha Abelar to the cognitive world of shamans who lived in Mexico in ancient times -- which, according to don Juan, was between 7,000 and 10,000 years ago.
Don Juan explained to his students that those shamans discovered through practices that he could not fathom, that it is possible for human beings to perceive energy directly as it flows in the universe. In other words, those shamans maintained, according to don Juan, that any one of us can do away, for a moment, with our system of turning energy inflow into sensory data pertinent to the kind of organism that we are. Turning the inflow of energy into sensory data creates, shamans affirm, a system of interpretation that turns the flowing energy of the universe into the world of everyday life that we know.