Someone read this book and sent me a list of their thoughts in an email:
- self obsession
- domestic ennui
- social ineptitude
- imagined scenarios
- confessional / documentary
- schoolgirl... More > nostalgia
- low self esteem-core
- "women’s issues"
I said ‘haha thanks’ and felt so grateful< Less
In 1857, Albert Pike published his Scottish Rite rituals of the 4th to 32nd degrees. This is the classic Pike Rituals in photographic reproduction of the original. The entire collection is available... More > on one CD. This collection is a must for any fan of the early Pike rituals or the AASR. Cornerstone Reprint Series< Less
Judging Dance Battles gives a clear and solid description of what dancing is all about.
There are different aspects of dancing that most dancers do not even know about, and therefore cannot... More > incorporate in their training. By explaining the science behind dancing (especially of street dance styles), it becomes understandable how and why dancing can have such a strong effect on people who are watching as well as those who are dancing.
Because this information is not a mere opinion but an objective analysis, it therefore provides essential information for any dancer to improve their dancing performances exponentially, but most of all presents dance judges with extremely vital data when it comes to judging dance battles.
The information that Judging Dance Battles gives is strongly recommended for anyone who is remotely interested in dancing, and should be mandatory for anyone who is active in the dance scene as either a dancer or a dance judge.< Less