[Note: I have previously posted as uroburro. I am having/have had deep transformational experiences during and after Lesser Kan & Li. The new name is reflecting the change.]
While at Lesser Kan & Li last week, Minke de Vos mentioned that some cyclists in SanFrancisco (Cal. US) do the orbit while cycling, aiding them in getting up the monstrous hills of that city. I’m a commuting cyclist, so thought I’d give it a try.
Starting out, I watched my legs revolve and the first image that came to me was of 2 planetary bodies running the microcosmic orbit – left leg revolution corresponding to sun, right leg revolution to moon – or, when the sun is at the crown, the moon is at the perineum. I decided to go with the imagery and see how it felt. I had a great ride, and several after that as well. I also noted that the breathing rhythm added another ‘harmonic’ to the orbit; a slower paced but also deeper harmonic – maybe best described as a sub-harmonic – as the sun and moon were revolving fairly quickly. The overall feeling was very electric and easy to maintain. I’m not terribly visual, mostly kinaesthetic and sound-oriented, so I noticed the harmonic orbit primarily as a pleasant sense of a current flowing and a type of body-toning.
Grist for the mill…
I’ve not heard of any stories, but I am enjoying playing with the triple orbit possibilities – right leg, left leg, breathing. I do feel more energized when I play with the orbit, but I don’t like doing it all the time.
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