The Sun Dance is a traditional ritual of the indigenous peoples of North America that takes place over 4 days.
This is a test of survival and strengthening the spirit of the original peoples of the world.
This is a deep meeting with yourself. When you take the first step, this new world opens up for you. You just need to go with the flow, without thinking about anything other than accepting everything that will await you under the blazing sun with a temperature of 40-50 degrees.
Every morning at 4 o’clock in the morning the temazcal began and after a while at dawn the dance began.
This is a meeting with the father sun and you joyfully accept its first ray, and then dance, awareness, understanding, meditation and especially the thirst for water.
This is probably the most difficult thing to overcome and precisely because there is not enough water in your body.
What is difficult to understand is that this is the source of life, this sacred mother of ours, water, it gives a lesson for the rest of our lives and it can be argued that everyone is part of this element and must protect it from pollution at the hands of man himself on our Earth.
Every step, every movement comes with suffering and pain, this is pain of the soul and physical body.
Every moment thousands of thoughts come while dancing, and the sun becomes stronger every moment.