every day since I was 7 years old, i make it a point to stand on one foot as long as possible. Then later in the day, the other foot. Sometimes several times a day. It feels like the right thing to do. Sometimes I’ll do it on a curb or painted line on the ground or a crack in the sidewalk. Never could balance books on my head but for a few times but I’m satisfied if I can stand on one foot for more than a few seconds

every day since I was 7 years old, i make it a point to stand on one foot as long as possible. Then later in the day, the other foot. Sometimes several times a day.
It feels like the right thing to do. Sometimes I’ll do it on a curb or painted line on the ground or a crack in the sidewalk.
Never could balance books on my head but for a few times but I’m satisfied if I can stand on one foot for more than a few seconds
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I had guided meditation/biofeedback lessons when I was 11 years old for “generalized anxiety disorder”.
Taught me to ‘breath through my feet” and “be a warm bottle in the sand ” and to notice how my body physical is at any given moment and release tensions when I do.
So I’m always working towards holding my center. Doesn’t last; when i’m in hyperfocus I’m most at “a center” of a kind.
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