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Dancing in the Moonlight August 28, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Life Balance, Music & Dance, Nature.
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Whether your days are growing longer (below the equator) or shorter (above), the vernal equinox approaches. 

Could be the perfect time to gaze at the night sky and drink in the moon and stars.

No pumpkin patch required. 

Pick a night with a full moon, grab a friend (and some liberal libations), and head outside to do a bit of Dancing in the Moonlight with King Harvest:

Or enjoy a marvelous Moondance with Van Morrison under the fantabulous night sky:

Barefoot is best.

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1. Naomi - August 28, 2010

GORGEOUS post and idea, Nance, thank you! Will put it into practise soon…barefoot not negotiable 🙂

nrhatch - August 28, 2010

With or without musical accompaniment, I adore dancing in the moonlight!

It promotes a feeling of unity with the universe.

(Especially in barefeet.)

2. aardvarkian - August 28, 2010

The late, great Phil Lynott, along with his band Thin Lizzy has this to say about moonlight:

nrhatch - August 28, 2010

Oh, I’ve never heard that before.

Everyone loves dancing in the moonlight! : )

3. cindy - August 29, 2010
4. nrhatch - August 29, 2010

Love the video. Thanks, cin!

BTW: the video clip at 0:50 is almost identical to a framed photo I have on the wall. A crescent moon in a navy sky with the last rays of sun kissing the top of the dunes.

5. withduckandgoose - August 29, 2010

my husband and i make it a point to dance in the moonlight at least once a week. of course, we have to slather ourselves in bug repellent first since we live near the woods and mosquitoes LOVE us, but it’s romantic nonetheless. ah, the sweet aphrodisiac citronella 😉

nrhatch - August 29, 2010

I love dancing barefoot outside at night …

I feel like I’m absorbing all sorts of positive energy from the elements (Earth, Air, Fire, Water). Bliss!


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