61: The Species Fractal
Experiential journalist Rak Razam interviews Josh Davis, founder of the Human Mandala Project, an ambitious living sculpture based on yoga principles and made of fractaling human beings. According to ancient vedic tradition the body can be a building block opening energetic portals within, and when combined with other bodies in sacred geometries a deeper morphic connection can be revealed. Can the group mind be engendered in the group body? What are the potential of these gestalt organisms in yoga, festival and trance cultures around the world? Like Dr. Emoto and the water crystals, can conscious intent placed into and through these flesh sculptures radiate into the world? Is the 'humandala' the next step towards a hive mind consciousness like insects have? As the species fractal flowers, what can we become?
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