The dizzyness of no ground

When I find myself as capacity for the world (as it appears to me), there is a slight suction in my belly as if going over the top on a rollercoaster. It’s almost imperceptible and lasts only a fraction of a second, but it’s there.

This tells me that during daily life activities, my center of gravity tends to be a bit towards this human self. That’s not wrong or bad at all. I assume it’s relatively normal, even when we generally notice our more fundamental nature.

In my experience, my center of gravity shifts slightly towards who I am (this human self in the world) or what I am (capacity, Big Mind) depending on where my attention is and what’s required in the situation. I assume this is quite common and something others find as well.

So why is there a slight suction in the belly, as if going down a rollercoaster?

When my center of gravity is slightly over on the human side, there is a slight sense of foundation and ground. This is obviously created by the mind, does not reflect reality, and is part of the play of the mind.

When I find myself as capacity and what the world, as it appears to me, happens within and as, this foundation and ground go away.

And that gives that slight sense of falling and the suction in the belly.

Photo: Midsummer at Nesoddtangen.

DRAFT

When I find myself as capacity for the world, as it appears to me, there is a slight suction in my belly as if going over the top on a rollercoaster. It’s almost imperceptible and lasts only a fraction of a second, but it’s there.

This tells me that my center of gravity during daily life activities tends to be a bit towards this human self. That’s not wrong or bad at all. I assume it’s relatively normal, even when we generally notice our more fundamental nature.

In my experience, my center of gravity shifts slightly towards who I am (this human self in the world) or what I am (capacity, Big Mind) depending on where my attention is and what’s required in the situation. I assume this is quite common and something others find as well.

So why is there a slight suction in the belly, as if going down on a rollercoaster?

When my center of gravity is slightly over on the human side, there is a slight sense of foundation and ground. And I recognize this as created by the mind, not reflecting reality, and part of the play of the mind and the divine.

When I find myself as capacity and what the world, as it appears to me, happen within and as, this foundation and ground goes away.

And that gives that slight sense of falling and the suction in the belly.

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