Zen Flute Class No. 3
DVD | January 31, 2010 Class | Approximately 1 hour
At this class E.J. Gold paints a picture of man on Earth, one of many planets now known to scientists, as part of life, which is technically one single organism spread all over the surface. We can think of the human body as essentially a feeding tube with an intake at one end and an exit for waste products at the other end. Recognizing man as a chemical factory, a machine that is constantly recycling matter adding to the “mulch”, Gold reveals that by adding another 12 inches to our 30 foot-long feeding tube, we have the possibility of using our exhaled breath, that which has been thrown away, to transform the human biological machine.
Playing the Zen Flute converts the ordinary automatic attention to work with the breath, heart beat, fingers, emotions, thoughts, imagination, posture and aesthetic subtleties. The development of attention and accomplishing the skill of playing the Zen Flute can have an effect far beyond what one, at first glance, ever imagined.<