Always A Place For Me
Last weekend Catherina organised a workshop. I participated (a Dutch headless workshop). We did the turning experiment, with one arm pointing out to the room I started turning round and round and round. (Before I discovered my true identity, I used to get quite sick when I had to turn.) Now, doing the experiment(s), I kept noticing who is moving, the room or I? Well, it certainly wasn't me! I could turn and turn and turn without getting sick or dizzy. The room, and the other participants were moving all the time, and I was standing absolutely still while turning. This seems like a child's play, and it's fun to do. But to me this means so much more. It shows me that where I stand, there is a quiet peaceful place, no matter what other people are doing or asking me to do. There is always a place for me, right at the spot where I Am. Hilde.