Controlling a loss of control -- spinning around





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Published on Oct 30, 2008

Please note: This video has not been tested scientifically. So please be critical. If you feel any discomfort, then cancel it.

In this exercise you are spinning around, while you can look to the ceiling and your arms can be outstretched. The video is playing in slow motion -- half velocity.
When you are spinning around, you are confronting yourself with dizziness. Dizziness is often a part of anxiety. If you are confronting yourself with dizziness in a way you are controlling, you can find a new connection between body and soul. This new connection can help to cope with many disorders of the psyche.

Perhaps you can cope the Borderline personality disorder (BPD) with spinning around. Some years ago I went with a young woman to an amusement park and we were spinning around in carrousels. After these amusements the young woman felt no pressure to cut herself.

P.S.: Some people like to spin barefoot in nature, because then they see the stars or the leaves of trees. With their outstretched arms they perceive the fresh air. This seems like the moving of the young girl in the fairy tale "The Star Money" of Brothers Grimm.


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