Ritual Postures, Ritual body Postures, Ancient Ritual Postures

Listen to these podcasts of interviews with Cuyamungue Institute Directors Laura Lee and Paul Robear. Send a message to schedule an interview, and share a little about your work: contact Paul & Laura

Leslie Zehr, Host of this Podcast: My guests are Laura Lee & Paul Robear, Directors of the Cuyamungue Institute, founded in 1978 by Dr. Felicitas Goodman to carry out her anthropological research on Ecstatic Trance Postures.  Recently, because of lockdown, I have had the opportunity to attend events hosted by Paul & Laura over Zoom. In this episode, we will explore Ecstatic Trance Postures, what they are and why they are important to us today. Laura and Paul will talk about the Institute and what they are doing to carry on Dr. Goodman’s work so that you too can experience Ecstatic Trance Postures. –  Leslie Zehr

Bob Vetter, the Host of this Podcast, interview Laura Lee:
Laura tells the story of anthropologist Dr. Felicitas Goodman who discovered that mystical states could be attained by anyone using a simple process of ceremony, driving sound, breathing and bodily postures that she discovered in the art of ancient cultures all over the world. — Bob Vetter

Bob Vetter, host of this Podcasts, interviews Laura Lee and Paul Robear: Laura and Paul and Laura discuss how a small-scale “summer trance camp” in New Mexico turned into the Cuyamungue Institute, located on 472 acres. Today they help bring the experience of ecstatic trance to a global audience. — Bob Vetter