Радостные танцы Кайта

«Лучше жить в мелодии....когда мы поём и танцуем, мы больше радуемся и заодно можем расслабиться...»

Кайта означает «гармония в пространстве». Ка означает «пространство» или «небо»Та означает «гармония» или «мелодия».

Это простой и радостный способ ощутить внутреннюю гармонию:

  • гармонию нашего тела, которое мы начинаем осознавать, двигаясь грациозно и уверенноThe harmony of our body, that we become aware of, moving with elegance and strength. 
  • The harmony of the melodious sound of modern Tibetan songs that we hear and sing. 
  • The harmony of our relaxed mind, that becomes free from our daily problems.
  • The harmony of our connection with others - when we dance respecting each other’s space and moving together as a whole.

“A relaxed state is the gateway to all forms of evolution. Having a means that takes us easily to a joyful peaceful condition makes life more tranquil.”

Rosa Namkhai

Khaita Joyful Dances started in 2011, when Choegyal Namkhai Norbu, a renowned Tibetan scholar [link to the recent book Shar Ro, honoring Rinpoche’s achievements] and Dzogchen Master, started collecting the songs of young Tibetan artists that he saw on Youtube. 

He understood that this is not just a simple singing, but a very important message from the people of an endangered culture, that, with its rich heritage, can bring benefit to the whole world. While risking their life and freedom, these courageous Tibetan musicians sing about brotherhood, love and commitment to their country and people, respect to their environment, and hope for reunion to save their language, knowledge and spiritual tradition. 

“Since knowledge of Tibetan culture is firmly rooted in me, in spite of that I feel the need to take special care of that culture, both worldly and spiritual, a need that has been continuously present in my life”.

Choegyal Namkhai Norbu

While Khaita starts from the Tibetan culture, our aim - promoting harmony within the individual and between people and their environment through dance - goes beyond protecting and supporting a single culture.

As individuals, while dancing, we learn to be present to the inner display of thoughts and emotions. As we cultivate this relaxed presence in movement, harmony and joy develop naturally, and we carry it to our life,  moving more easily through our routines, activities and daily tasks.

“The symbol of Khaita (infinite golden knot on the planet Earth) means that the uninterrupted, infinite flow of energy, without obstacles, the flow of love like melody pervades and manifests in all our hearts and throughout the earth through songs and dances.”

Adriana Dal Borgo