– Gergely Born is a Hungarian teacher, archaeologist, historian, researcher and teacher of sacred folk arts and Hungarian culture. In 2015 and 2016, the well-known Hungarian scholar presented the sacred features of Hungarian folk dance in an unforgettable three-part lecture series entitled “The Secret Message of Hungarian Folk Dance in Fehervár,” said Ferenc Bor, co-chair of the Vijer Association. Our newspaper.
Gergely Born writes the following about the public performance of sacred spaces:
“The management of sacred places takes place on three levels. First, there is an earthly material image, which is a projection of higher metaphysical forces. This itself consists of three factors: the physical characteristics of the place, the spatio-temporal order of the process, and the ritual actions of the person(s) managing the place.” holy.
Secondly, there is the spiritual image, the spiritual essence of the holy place, which we can also call the spirit of the place, which in itself has three manifestations (the spiritual, the spiritual, and the physical level)…
Third: We find an “intermediate means” through which spirituality can be gradually formed, that is, here we encounter the spiritual image… In the natural landscape (the embrace of the earth) a pattern of force is revealed that is distinguished by its quality, and operates on several levels and at the same time, one of its most important features is its pulsation ( pulsation) which is very typical of live quality…”