I shared some of the headless experiments with the people in our integral group on Monday, and it was quite entertaining as well as (apparently) effective. It seems that they “got” it and enjoyed it as well.
I had the “Head Off Stress” book by Douglas Harding there, and one of the participants made the comment that for being so simple, he seemed to be able to write a lot about it.
And this reminded me that although headlessness indeed is simple – it is just what already is here for all of us right now – the expressions of it are infinite. If six billion people wrote every day their whole life about their experiences with headlessness, it would still be fresh and new and always more to say.