Unarchiving: Amnesia & Innocence
I have a Power Spot in Berlin. I've had other power spots in other cities. In San Francsico there were certain benches high up with a nice overview of city and landscape: a bench secluded at the top of Russian Hill overlooking North Beach; a bench at Alta Plaza looking over and south. In Santa Cruz, California, a bench right outside of the redwood forest and above the fitness area that oversaw forest, hills, city and ocean and hosted a blanket of fog that occasionally rolled in at night and changed the atmosphere. Also a thick branch/trunk of a tree on a cliff above the waves.
Hasenheide Park has a glacial pathway where the grass curves into a valley flanked by two walking pathways and park-tree-forests on either side. I walked an hour to my power spot and do as I usually do when I take myself for a walk. Practically from the outside, a man stands still for 10 minutes with maybe a shift of weight or a small stretch or hands slowly moving in the air like Tai Chi without doing Tai Chi. He squats or turns around to face another direction for another 10 minutes.
From the inside, I'm feeling the downward pull of gravity connecting me to the planet and all living beings while feeling the upward pull of flight connecting me to expansion and things beyond.
My hands help me tune and let currents of energy source through my body and release tension and carry whatever energies need circulation.
I get to notice birds, trees, root systems, bugs, earth and rock formations and people and their dogs too.
Funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media within the framework of the initiative NEUSTART KULTUR, aid programm DIS-TANZEN by the Dachverband Tanz Deutschland