The Biodanza teacher (according to Rolando Toro)

The formation of the Biodanza Teacher consists essentially in discovering a mission, transmitting the state of grace, showing new ways to exercise love and awakening the enlightened conscience. Frequently people carry a false identity. They reduce their existence to the demands of an impoverished or toxic environment.


If Men feel insignificant, their actions are insignificant. The self-image of inferiority creates monsters, many people do not know that they have a divinity inside. The essential nature of the human is the eternal celebration of life. This condition reveals an enlightened vision about her- or himself and the world.


The interior enlightenment is not a personal privilege. Being enlightened for yourself is not enough. Our light is to illuminate those who remain in darkness, to be able to see them in their essence and transmit light to them. Living, is a very special opportunity, the opportunity to perceive "the eternal human" and to feel in the body the pleasure of the sacredness of life.


There is something much grandiose and wonderful in us than we think or do. If we do not connect with that eternal base, than we are poor mortals full of difficulties and our life becomes insignificant. Acquiring that connection with the splendor of life is essential. In fact, enlightenment, often referred to as an exceptional phenomenon full of mysterious and occasional mystical connotations, is a natural condition of all human beings.


It is a change of vision of ourselves and the meaning of life. It is a new way of bonding with others and facing difficulties as part of our alchemical work, accepting the abundance and beauty that love generates. We are much more than what we generally think. We are cosmic creatures capable of loving and creating beauty.


If we do not assume greatness we become murderers and our life becomes insignificant. For my joy the people of Biodanza de Fortaleza, carry out the highest task that our existence can include: To return to the world the sacredness of life.


Rolando Toro, Santiago de Chile, 14/02/2010