when the door is so wide open?".
If we imagine a perceived 'escape' route, we are allowing ourselves to acknowledge that we are walled in some way. The very notion of saying 'there is no door' is a conscious step in the direction of freedom. By having no door, we have no boundaries, ergo we are free.
mmm...well do say where that notion in action leads you :)
... so in acknowledging that there is a door, whether open or closed, you are feeling it is a restricting... but what if the room was desirable...most of us in england like a roof and walls - as long as there is a door which opens and closes.... but anyway, i think i know where you are coming from here...
the mind is the biggest organ of the body and contains a heart, it is super conscious super sub conscious. it is more clever physically and emotionally than any other part of the body. it is a dream and it is a nightmare.... capable of bliss or touture, and anywhere in the middle and it is always somewhere on this spectrum...
these teeth that we speak of, they actually dont let go, that easily...
good work! @ *)