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Towards an Archeology of the Soul

by Antero Alli

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This workbook outlines a ritual without dogma that looks to the body’s own vital instincts for sources to motivate movement. Alli suggests that feeling the body deeply meets the body’s central most need and when met, consciousness naturally opens to higher sources. "Towards an Archeology of the Soul" presents the principles, techniques and underlying ethos of a paratheatrical medium developed over twenty-six years in non-performance labs, as well as, public performance rituals based in a fusion of physical theatre, dance and standing zazen meditation techniques. This workbook also provides a comprehensive design for solo and group experimentation, alongside articles by and interviews with other ritualists, performers and artists in related fields. Afterwords by Robert Anton Wilson, PhD.

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