My Body, The Buddhist [electronic resource] / Deborah Hay ; with a foreword by Susan Foster.
- Hanover, N.H. : University Press of New England : Wesleyan University Press, c2000.
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Human body (Philosophy)
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- A premiere choreographer's compelling argument for the agency of the body in creative processes.
- Cover; my body, the buddhist; Title; Copyright; Dedication; contents; foreword; acknowledgments; introduction; 1 my body benefits in solitude; 2 my body finds energy in surrender; 3 my body enjoys jokes, riddles, and games; 4 my body engages in work; 5 my body commits to practice; 6 my body seeks comfort but not for long; 7 my body is limited by physical presence; 8 my body knowingly participates in its appearances; 9 my body likes rest; 10 my body is bored by answers; 11 my body seeks more than one view of itself; 12 my body delights in resourcefulness; 13 my body trusts the unknown
14 my body feels weightless in the presence of paradox15 my body equates patience with renewal; 16 my body hears many voices, not one voice; 17 my body relaxes when thoughts abate; 18 my body is held in the present; a chronicle of performance practices
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