Caucasian Yoga, Body Brushing & Getting Drunk on Oxygen
These exercises, by putting us in constant awareness of our breath, will change our life from here to eternity.
In this game we will play with our cells, oxygen (O2) has the same effect as if it were ozone (O3) and the cells live as if they were in a geographical environment where the ozone content of everything — air, grass, food — is very rich, as it is in the Caucasus Mountains, and the human system’s reflecting power of Cosmic Energy gains great strength. The human respiratory system turns into an ozone machine.
Practicing conscious breathing can engender miracles when done properly. When we pay attention to our breath, we heal automatically. It is even possible to become a breathing machine for someone who is dying. Ahmsta Kebzeh is a warrior tradition from the Caucasus Mountains. Practitioners were known to live late into their hundreds; nimble, strong and loving.
Caucasian warriors learned to dance as they learned to walk. The Secret of the love and legendary longevity of the Caucasian Mountaineers is hidden in this ancient dance.
A Secret in Sufism, is something that even when told, may not be understood; only a determined Initiate may grasp. Even if she tells it, it may not be heard. It may be as if it was never shared at all.
We will dance the Secret hidden in the music, in the rhythm, in the steps passed on from Master to initiate for 26,000 years.
Come dance in stillness, come dance in meditation, come let the desert breeze invite the Secret from the winds of the ancient Caucasian Masters who lived and died with the knowledge that man and woman without body, is more alive than man and woman with body.
Lisa Talesnick – for the past 20 years Lisa Talesnick has been a student of Ahmsta Kebzeh Master Murat Yagan who past away one year ago at the young age of 98. Ahmsta Kebzeh is the ancient spiritual tradition of the Caucasus Mountains. A former journalist, she now teaches Judaism and Peace Studies at a Palestinian High School in Jerusalem.