Nitaai Dancing is a form of freestyle dancing to the sound vibrations of special Nitaai dancing tracks. It gives space for individual expression and the practitioners are encouraged to dance in their own unique ways based on their spontaneous psycho-social inspirations. There are no specific or structured dance movements that are to be learned by the practitioners.
Although one may practice it purely for recreational purposes, that does not mean one can avoid enjoying its numerous health and wellness benefits. In a group, generally, a lively Nitaai Sound singing is often followed by a spirited dance as the bliss reaches its summit.
Language of the Heart
Just like singing, dancing is also one of the major languages spoken by our heart and inner self. We are able to express some emotions via our speech. But there are some emotions which need other alternative outlets. Dancing is one such outlet that allows us to express our feelings and emotions through our body movements which may otherwise remain suppressed. In fact, it removes our emotional blockages in such a way that even when we are not dancing we are able to express our emotions more effectively.
This language of dancing is closely associated with the language of music. In fact, dancing is the climax of music. Dancing, mostly, implies the presence of music, but music does not necessarily indicate the performance of dance. To sum, there are emotions which we are not able to express via speech; for them we use music. But there are some emotions which we are not able to express even via music; for them dancing is the path of expression.
Dance and Be Happy
Dancing is an excellent way to relax and elevate our mood. Natural antidepressants are released in our body when we dance. That is why our body and mind feel very light after dancing. Who says one needs an occasion to celebrate? We can dance every day and make our life joyful. We can’t just wait for auspicious occasions. They may or may not come. It is better if we make dancing a part of our daily routine and see how it elevates us and how an unprecedented grace enters our personality. Also, whenever it is possible, we should try to dance with our near and dear ones as it strengthens our bond with them. In short, “Let’s dance and be happy!”
Joyful Weight Management
Dancing is a fun way of losing weight by burning calories out of enjoyment. There are so many ways of burning calories but dancing and sports are those activities which we are most likely to stick to when it comes to losing weight. Obviously, if we are looking for a deeper activity then Yoga is surely a great option. However, sometimes we feel like being in the right shape first, before thinking of adopting any deeper practices.
If losing weight really matters at the moment, then certainly we must go for dancing as it is something which we won’t have to force upon ourselves. It is something our mind, body, and especially our tummy, will truly relish and love. Dancing not only helps us in losing weight, but it also leads to the development of extra strength and muscle tone. In fact, this improved muscle tone speeds up weight loss as it increases our ‘resting metabolic rate’.
Overcome Mental Fears
In our early childhood, we were never shy to dance. But as we grew up a little, the shyness grew as well. And with further growth of our human body, for many of us, dancing in front of others became a mental fear. However, it is not the only mental fear that we might possess. There are many other mental fears that also limit our potential and overall level of happiness and satisfaction. A great advantage of, once again, pushing ourselves for dancing is that we not only overcome this particular mental fear associated with dancing, but all other mental fears also start fleeing from the mind.
The first step towards overcoming our fears is the acceptance of them. When we dance to the empowering vibrations of the Nitaai Sound, we are able to release our fears by acknowledging and accepting them. The Nitaai Sound infuses our consciousness with the strength to boldly face and eventually overcome our fears instead of running away from them.
Physically, dancing improves our cardiovascular health, bone strength, muscular strength, motor fitness, balance, and flexibility. And even though the act of dancing is itself quite physical in nature, it has numerous positive effects at the subtle level too. Emotional and psychological pains are not only stored in our minds, but they are also indirectly stored in different parts of our physical bodies. That’s why when we move our bodies while dancing, we are able to release those pains.
Wilhelm Reich, a famous psychoanalyst, showed how negative emotions and mental conditions developed during childhood could be addressed with different body movements, exercises, and postures. Thus, dancing surely heals us from within and without as it works on the principle that our body, mind, and self, are interconnected and interdependent.
An impromptu speech is quite different from a prepared speech. If we have to give a prepared speech, then our brain is not really expected to use its creative potential. It is simply expected to recollect accurately. However, if we get an opportunity for impromptu speaking then we can really activate and expand our grey matter.
Similarly, the greatest advantage of freestyle Nitaai Dancing is that it gives us the chance to be as creative as possible in the choice of our movements. Every single moment, we have the freedom to ‘create’ our own new moves. Furthermore, the Nitaai Sound stimulates the dormant creative potential of our mind which allows us to ‘create’ such new moves with even more ease and skill.
Mindlessness in lieu of Mindfulness
We all know very well that mindfulness is glorious. But dancing to Nitaai music tracks is a special technique that deals with mindlessness. Mindfulness refers to a state of awareness. And when that awareness is completely absent, such a state can be described as mindlessness. Mindlessness is completely different from mindfulness, but the positive results that we receive from them are not so much different. Mindlessness is, in fact, a greater achievement than mindfulness. Mindfulness matures into mindlessness. Both are glorious.
Dancing to the Nitaai Sound paves the way for us to experience mindlessness and its extraordinary benefits. We start with meditative dancing focused on the Nitaai dancing tracks but eventually, we get so absorbed that we become oblivious to our surroundings. Not only that, we even begin to lose awareness of our own body and mind. When we reach this state of mindlessness, we experience unprecedented joy, relaxation, self-transformation, and healing.
How to do Nitaai Dancing?
➤ Start with basic warm-up exercises.
➤ Then, play any Nitaai dancing track of your choice.
➤ Start moving your body slowly.
➤ Try to generate your unique dance moves based on the music and your mood.
➤ Blend your body and mind fully with the Nitaai dancing track.
➤ If you wish you can sing the Nitaai Sound along with the track.
➤ Finally, break all internal and external barriers. Give up all hesitation and dance your heart out.
➤ Once the track is over, relax your body by standing still for some time. Take a few deep breaths.
➤ And then if possible, lie down for some time for complete relaxation.
Benefits in brief:
➤ Fun way of burning calories and weight management
➤ Improves lung and heart health
➤ Boosts muscle and bone strength
➤ Increases endurance, stamina, motor and aerobic fitness
➤ Makes you more agile and flexible
➤ Elevates mood and curbs depression
➤ Unleashes creativity
➤ Removes emotional blockages; makes you more expressive
➤ Empowers you to overcome mental fears
➤ Awards a healing state of mindlessness