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The Delight Makers name comes from a translation of their name: Koshare, Heyoka and Ha Hawkan.

When we begin to take ourselves too seriously or are full of self-importance, the Sacred Clown appears to shake us up, delight us, and get us to lighten ourselves up. Within the safe boundary of comedy and laughter they show us our own foolishness and blind-spots. They expose and mimic our most absurd, ugly and ridiculous behavior, challenging us to wake up from our misery and rise to our higher potential.

Clowns, fools and tricksters show us how we fool and trick ourselves. Perhaps through innocence, but always with curiosity, their inquisitiveness seems to create havoc and an unexpected backfiring of events. They cause storms in their environment and yet despite the apparent creation of havoc their energy opens up new possibilities.

They cross boundaries and blunder through traditions and in so doing they reveal the chains in which we have wrapped ourselves. From their antics new discoveries are made, opportunities are born from the chaos and new perceptions are born. Spontaneous adventure gives rise to creativity, and as our rigid rules are broken down we suddenly breakthrough our illusions and find ourselves free to experience the world anew.

The Delight Makers are providing a pathway to joy. In our continuing program of articles and reports we will be bringing together the elements of consciousness transformation that take us from ordinary reality to extraordinary reality.

Delight Making is exactly what it says it is; the ability to make delight, from our own essence. To do that we need to recover the energy lost in the activities that exhaust us and cut us off from experiencing the unifying life force contained within us: negative thinking, destructive emotions and fears.

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