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Path 3 : Inclusivity 

Festival culture


Native traditions


one of the most prominent initial paths people take after waking up to modern culture mischief. (Usually seeing the level of Irresponsibility of modern culture takes them on a different path)

It is also the most extensive emergent culture of our times where a lot of different paths are infused and mixed in, for example:

-Doing an Ecstatic yoga workshop- where the context is mixed between the path of Yoga and the context of an Ecstatic Dance.

or, for example,

- having a festival where :

Fire dancing to the sounds of goa trance, rock & roll, while having a cacao ceremony, with sound healing mantra chanting artist,

on the stage, a theater performance & a DJ are hitting it hard, while next to the stage, people are getting Chinese acupressure and various other new age treatments,

a native American raises a prayer to the sky as an African chant is being kissed to the earth.

People are coming out naked from a sauna van as the rain starts and rolling to the mud.

This and much more are the events that happen on the inclusivity path; what are the superpowers of that ? What are the problems?

And what does it look like...


Teachers on the 3rd path

Hard to say I would have come so far without them

and cannot forget to mention them with a big sense of gratitude, my teachers on the 3rd path.


Spirtual festivals

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Go to a Festival like that,

Yull learn a lot about this path.

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