If I look for my center of gravity now, I find it “out there” – where the body (about midline-down) and the rest of the world is. And this is such a relief. Where others see a head, I find just wide open space for the world.
This may be partly due to Breema, but mostly to the Douglas Harding exercises.
After inquiring into my experience, using his experiments, I find that “headlessness” is just what is. And after seeing this clearly, it is very difficult to construct a sense of having a head and believing in it or take it seriously. It becomes just a convention, just for practical purposes.