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Review of Shen Yun: “extremely uplifting and inspiring”, by Multimedia Artist

Posted by Author on February 13, 2010

NEW YORK— Seeing Shen Yun Performing Arts at Radio City Music Hall in New York was an uplifting experience for multimedia artist, Ms. Stern.

“Heaven, heaven—just gorgeous. Very inspiring for my art,” said Ms. Stern.

“Especially as an artist, I find it extremely uplifting and inspiring. It’s full of joy of life and movement, and the color is divine,” she said.

She commented too that she deeply connected with the Shen Yun performance on many levels.

“I’m a very spiritually-oriented person who loves to see stage spectacles. And my art is very eclectic. I love to put different things together, like fabric and things that are luminous and sparkly,” she said.

“So this resonated with me so powerfully on so many different levels. It was exquisite in some parts, absolutely exquisite. The dancing was magnificent. The color was thrilling and inspiring,” she added.

“I mean, I love spectacles like this which combine movement and people dancing and fabric and paintings. I love multimedia,” said Ms. Stern. “Between that and the spiritual energy that it has, it’s very, very marvelous. I really enjoyed it very much.”

China was once known as the Middle Kingdom, and ancients believed that China’s 5,000 years of culture was passed down by the heavens. This spiritual essence of Chinese culture is celebrated throughout Shen Yun’s performance.

“The message was very uplifting. So, I’m just thrilled to see it. It was very, very special and moving,” commented Ms. Stern.

Shen Yun also brings forth the present day story of the Falun Dafa practitioners who are still being persecuted in China for believing in the tenants of the practice: Truth, Compassion and Tolerance.

One dance piece that depicts the persecution, highlights out the ancient belief that ‘doing good is always rewarded with good, and that doing evil reaps bad returns.’ This piece also offers a message of hope and the belief that one’s spirit lives on. Ms. Stern was profoundly moved by this presentation and afterward felt optimistic about life.

“And the scene of the persecution was profoundly moving and very, very beautiful and very uplifting,” said Ms. Stern. For her, it as about “being more hopeful in a dark world.”

“Just the energy, the vibration was so beautiful … that it inspires one to feel more optimistic about everything,” she said.

Ms. Stern concluded, “It was very, very special. It was wonderful.”

–  details from The Epochtimes

One Response to “Review of Shen Yun: “extremely uplifting and inspiring”, by Multimedia Artist”

  1. Excellent blog, i like it. Thanks

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