When there is no more separation between “this” and “that”, it is called the still-point of the Tao. At the still point in the center of the circle one can see the infinite in all things. – Chuang-tzu

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  1. Tried to read it while levitating in my kitchen. I lost my train of thought dropped straight down over six feet onto the dogs water and food dish and made a mess

  2. Thank you so very much. I use Craniosacral Therapy stillpoints in my work …. and I totally appreciate this post. Oh and of course I love the balance and vibes from your FB page. Keep up the good fun and creativity. I must share. :)

  3. Hi Michael, love your work and would have loved to see one live if I’d known you were here in Costa Rica… What beach is this? I can see it’s on the Pacific coast, but can’t identify the islands out on the horizon!

  4. this was a fascinating place to work… the inlet was carved out by a freshwater creek trickling into the ocean. would slowly form, revealing the rocks underneath, and then eventually be erased by each high tide. different pattern every time.

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