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Janet Eilber in "Lamentation".

Performed to music by Zoltán Kodály, Lamentation premiered on January 8, 1930, at New York's Maxine Elliott's Theatre. The solo work was performed by Martha Graham in a concert given by the Dance Repertory Theatre. Graham joined dancer/choreographers Doris Humphrey, Charles Weidman, and [Helen] Tamiris to form the Dance Repertory Theatre. The goal was "to give annually a season of continuous dance programs which will be representative of the art of dance in American and will give native artists an outlet for their creative work." Dance Magazine (April 1930) noted that the work was "a statuesque composition, which relied for much of its eloquence upon an ingenious and simple costume arrangement." The November 20, 1932, Record (Philadelphia) reviewed a later performance and noted, "When Miss Graham in her Lamentation depicts the dumb agony of grief she does not droop like a flower or attitudinize like Patience on a monument, she is grief from the first stricken bewildered gropings of her head and torso to the last moment when she averts her covered head with a finality that is pitiful and terrible."

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Bluebelle July 17, 2018 at 3:50 pm - Reply

I’ve had two dreams in which I am fleeing from an angry bear. He is angry and chasing everyone in its path which usually is me front and center. I am always scared, frenetic and looking around to see what I can do. In both dreams, I am always protecting people that are running along with me. In the first one, I pushed some family members to an unknown house whose owner was irritated that we had invaded his home. In the second one, I ran far along as I could to a house with an unknown man who began to walk along with me to a wide wooden outhouse that he used as storage. In there, he had a gun. He was teaching me how and where to point it to when the bear burst in, I pointed and then woke up. I always dream events in advance, and certain specific animals have meanings that I have learned their meanings as time goes by. But this bear, always with black fur, has me dumbfounded. Any kind of input is greatly appreciated.

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I recently had some serious emotional, physical and pych setbacks in the last 7 months. The last three times I was out hiking I have seen a bear. I”ve lived here for 38 years and only ever seen one once before this. I’m claiming it for strength, healing and grounding. WAY to coincidental.

Wendy July 9, 2018 at 5:37 am - Reply

Hi all I’m thrilled the bear is my spirit guide, and it makes a lot of sense, and even as an adult I have always adored teddy bears lol so this is why !! I love bear hugs of humans too, thank you for enlightening me xx

Jynderyl May 20, 2018 at 5:14 am - Reply

I was dreaming about being on a road trip. The school bus was filled with kids. I don’t know if I was a child or an adult. I had to use the washroom urgently, so we stopped at one of those sites on the side of the road with the outhouses, but this one was as big as a log cabin. There were so many children getting out, that I thought ‘this is going to take too long’ so I thought to find a tree. Two girls ran past me, crossed over a stream that had a dirt path bridge and ran into a field filled with bright sunshine. I was still on the other side when I looked around to make sure it was safe. I looked over to a golden brown lump at the base of a tree. I kept squinting because I knew it was a grizzly but I couldn’t be sure that it wasn’t the tree. The lump then moved. I could hear the girls laughing and talking and wanted to tell them to be quiet, but then the grizzly raised its head because they had woken it up. I don’t recall if it was male or female. The girls continued to be loud, so the grizzly got angry, but it didn’t seem to be looking at them. It seemed to keep focusing on me. It finally got up with a roar and began running towards me. I was scared but i kept trying to think ‘how do I protect the girls and not get hurt?’ My fear felt more directed towards the girls than towards myself. The grizzly got to about 20 feet from the stream and just stopped to stare at me. It didn’t stand. It almost seemed to chrouch like a cat.

That is when I woke up.

I can see the obvious symbolic meaning in this dream. But there is something not clear. The kids, I get as the path towards helping children has always felt like what I should do. I grew up in an abusive environment. When I connect with adults who were sexually abused, and I am not mindful of my energy, all I see is what happened to them. It is not fun to see it because I also feel everything they feel. I even dreamt one time about pulling a girls spirit out of her body so that she wouldn’t feel what happened to her physical form. But I felt it. I woke up in a panic, of course. Totally creepy feeling being in a dream that felt real! Not sure why I mentioned it.

Not entirely sure how I go about changing careers at 50 from helping people clean up their lives to connecting with children. I see the path in the dream but I feel like I am so focused on the bear charging me to connect crossing the dirt path to reach the girls. I also recall feeling scared to cross to get to them because I might get hurt if I do.

I am not fond of journaling, so writing these posts are rather funny to me because it feels like it is my spirit guides ‘pushing’ me to journal. Lol. It does work for me as I can see obvious answers about this dream.

But, why is the grizzly angry at me?

Alice March 23, 2018 at 1:19 am - Reply

Im very interested I got A Bear! I love bears and its so amazing as I just ordered a new bear after many many years! also my daughter brought my long lost knitted bear home this week!! I had a son Called Arthur and Arthur means bear, and once i dreamed i was riding on a polar bear! I am 53 and a devoted mother and all the symbolism of The Bear Totem really resonates with me! Thankyou sk much! My new bear is due in the post today!!!

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