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  • GAP IN SPACE

    Every space has a context...

     

    Every space has possibilities....

     

    The space determines what is possible...

     

    What is in between energetic spaces? What space is the between spaces? What is it made of? What is the gap of space?

     

    If each space is a possibility of Something, in between the space is Nothing. Something emerges from Nothing.

     

    The gap is space is Nothingness...

     

    Between the spaces, in Nothingness, you are free of possibilities. There is no more restraints on the possible that you can have.

     

    You get choice. You have complete freedom of movement to go from here to anywhere.

     

    Because each space is connected any other space through the gap in space, the Nothingness.

     

    To move from one space to another, slide into the Nothingness. In the Nothingness you are liberated yourself from the context, rules of engagement, possibility of the space that you were in.

     

    Grab on to the next space with a new context, new rules of engagement, and new possibility...
    Stay in connection with the people who you want to bring with you...

    Lean into the new space...

    Move in.

    Stay as long as you want.

    Rince, Repeat.

     

    You already do this all day. But mostly unconsciously. You can now do it consciously.

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    Great Labyrinth of Spaces

     

    Every space is connected to every other space: you can go anywhere from here.

     

    What is in between spaces? What is in the space between spaces? In the gap in space?

    Nothingness.

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  • Experiments

    Experience the Gap in Space and Become An Inter-Space Traveler

    BEETHOVENS MOONLIGHT SONATA IS NOT A GAP, BUT A SPACE BETWEEN GAPS

    Matrix Code GAPINSPA.01

    For this experiment you need your BEEP!Book and a recording of the first part of the Moonlight Sonata by Ludwig van Beethoven (Piano Sonata No. 14 in C-Sharp Minor, Opus 27, No. 2, Moonlight Sonata, Part 1: Adagio). Lie down on the floor, preferably on a yoga mat. Before you play it, make sure the piece of music doesn't segue into another piece of music after it ends. When the last note has faded away, it should be silent.
    Then press Start and close your eyes. Try as precisely as possible to stay in the space of this piece of music.

    Listen consciously to each note of the piano. Every note. Appreciate each note and give it your attention.

    If you notice your mind wandering, jump on the next note as if it were a train and continue with the piece and its notes. (If the piece ends and you notice that your thoughts have flown away with you unnoticed, and the end of the music suddenly throws you back into the here and now, the experiment has failed. However, you then have the possibility to start all over again).
    Write in your BEEP!Book what the context of this piece of music is.
    Write in your BEEP!Book what rules this piece of music follows.
    Write in your BEEP!Book what the possibilities of this piece of music are.

     

    After completing this experiment, please register Matrix Code GAPINSPA.01 in your free account at StartOver.xyz.

    This Experiment is worth 1 Matrix Point.

    WHERE DOES THE GAP START?

    Matrix Code GAPINSPA.02

    Do this experiment only after you have done the first experiment.
    Lie down on the floor, preferably on a yoga mat. Before you play the adagio again, again make sure that the piece of music does not fade into another piece of music after it ends. When the last note has faded away, it should be silent.
    Then press start and close your eyes. Try as precisely as possible to stay in the space of this piece of music.

    Listen consciously to each note of the piano. Every note. Appreciate each note and give it your attention.

    If you notice your mind wandering, jump on the next note as if it were a train and continue with the piece and its notes. (If the piece ends and you notice that your thoughts have flown away with you unnoticed, and the end of the music suddenly throws you back into the here and now, the experiment has failed. However, you then have the possibility to start all over again).
    Give the piece of music the highest possible part of your attention.

    Maintain this level of attention beyond the last note and beyond the moment it fades away. When does the piece of music end?

    When does the space of this piece of music end?

    Where exactly does the gap after the space begin?

    How do you know that?

    What exactly is the transition point?

    What is the last rule?

    What is the last possibility that the space of the piece of music had given? When and where is the end of the context?
    Repeat this experiment at least two more times and keep answering the same questions in writing in your BEEP!Book.

     

    After completing this experiment, please register Matrix Code GAPINSPA.02 in your free account at StartOver.xyz.

    This Experiment is worth 1 Matrix Point.

    WHAT IS A FOREST?

    Matrix Code GAPINSPA.03

    Go to a forest. What is a forest? Is it the trees? Or the gaps between the trees? Or both, the trees and the gaps? Where does a tree actually end?

    Go deliberately from one tree to another, that is, through this gap between two trees - are there overlaps with other gaps between other trees?

    Describe the context in the forest space. What rules apply here?

    What are the possibilities?
    If there is a thought in you that your intellectual body is overwhelmed with answering these questions, then turn the space holding over to other bodies. How does your emotional body answer the questions? And your energetic body? Let the physical and archetypal bodies answer as well.

     

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    This Experiment is worth 1 Matrix Point.

    EXPERIMENTS FOR THE BEGINNING AND THE END OF THE GAP IN A CONVERSATION

    Matrix Code GAPINSPA.04

    Find a conversation partner and tell them you want to explore gaps in space with them.

    This experiment is about perceiving the gaps. Therefore, you can make them very large for the time being so that you don't miss them.

    The gaps are the places in the forest where there are no trees.

    Consciously walk through the gaps, that is, from tree to tree. The trees are the sentences in this experiment.

    Set a timer for 15 minutes and start talking without thinking about a topic first. The topic doesn't matter. What part of you decides when it's time for the next sentence? Is there such a thing as an appropriate gap between two sentences?

    Observe your fear: what percentage fear do you feel when the sentence ends?

    How does your fear fare in the gap between sentences? Does it get bigger?

    And how does the fear level change just before you start speaking?

    And at the exact moment when the other person's voice is heard?

    What does fear have to say about not knowing at what moment the timer will start? In a gap or in a speaking space? And then?

     

    After completing this experiment, please register Matrix Code GAPINSPA.04 in your free account at StartOver.xyz.

    This Experiment is worth 1 Matrix Point.

    GAPLESS TALKING

    Matrix Code GAPINSPA.05

    You can also do the following experiment with a partner.

    Set the timer back to 10 minutes and start a conversation with your partner.

    Have a conversation without gaps. This is a conversation where there are no gaps between sentences.

    When one sentence is finished, the next one should start immediately.

    There are also no gaps between words in a gapless conversation. The words string together like pearls on a necklace, all touching.

    It does not matter who is speaking. Interrupt each other, too.

    However, the point is not that you both speak all the time. Try to keep the conversation going on a common topic.
    Afterward, answer the following questions:
    How are you doing now?

    Who was doing most of the talking?

    What fear did that person have?

    And what fear did the other person have?

    Does this experiment of speaking without gaps remind you of situations from your life?

    Which of the 4 feelings/emotions did you feel during the experiment?

     

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    This Experiment is worth 1 Matrix Point.

    GAPS CAN BE VACUUM

    Matrix Code GAPINSPA.06

    I lived in a house where a Beo (a bird that speaks) lived. It whistled a hundred times a day "Alle meine Entchen", probably the most famous German children's song. It whistled everything correctly with its crystal clear whistled notes (no idea how birds whistle so without lips...) and he left out the last note every single time.

    He always stopped one note before. He didn't whistle the last note of "Alle meine Entchen".

    I feel the pain again, just writing it down here. Something in me went crazy and wanted to grab the bird by the throat and say loudly to his face: "There is the last note missing, you bird! That one: "Pfff!!! Hear that? Whistle that one along! That one belongs!"
    This experiment has to do with the Beo.
    You can also do this experiment with a partner.

    Set the timer back to 10 minutes and start a conversation with your partner. Don't finish the sentences in your conversation.

    For example, start with, "I've been meaning to tell you that." Then stop speaking and fall into the gap.

    Both of you fall into the gap. What is in that gap? Who are you in that gap?

    Have a conversation like this by not finishing sentences and/or leaving out essential, meaningful words, information, and distinctions.

     

    After completing this experiment, please register Matrix Code GAPINSPA.06 in your free account at StartOver.xyz.

    This Experiment is worth 1 Matrix Point.

    DECLARE A SPACE OF NOTHING - ALSO ONLINE

    Matrix Code GAPINSPA.07

    You can do the following experiment if you have the possibility to hold space for a team, for example a Possibility Management Team, a Possibilitator Team or even a team of trainers.
    Declare a temporary space of 60 minutes as a space of nothingness.
    Explain the context, which is empty. There is no context for these 60 minutes.
    Explain the rules: There are no rules for this space, only a time limit of 60 minutes. Don't give people possibilities for those 60 minutes.
    Also experiment with breakout rooms that are empty in terms of context and rules. Send people to breakout rooms and let Zoom decide who goes with whom, because there are no rules.

    Don't put a time limit on the breakout room.
    When the 60 minutes is up, end all breakout rooms and open a sharing space. Explain the context of this sharing space and its rules.

     

    After completing this experiment, please register Matrix Code GAPINSPA.07 in your free account at StartOver.xyz.

    This Experiment is worth 1 Matrix Point.

    DRAW SPACES - DRAW GAPS

    Matrix Code GAPINSPA.08

    Take a large sheet of paper, about the size of a flipchart and some thick markers. Pick any day from your life, not too far in the past - how about yesterday?

    It's completely over and you probably remember it better than July 3, 2001.
    Start by writing each space of that day in felt-tip pen circles. "Breakfast with Hannelore": write down the context and the secret or sinister rules that apply here. How/when/where does this space begin how/when/where does it end?

    What space were you in afterwards?

    For all the times this day that you weren't in a space, no rules, no context, no possibilities. It could be that chronologically, one space follows another and you weren't in a gap between this space and the next all day.

    Then at some point you'll have the whole paper full of circles stuck together.
    Go back over the day in your mind looking for moments when there was no context, no rules, no possibilities. These could be gaps. Draw them in.


    If it's true that every space is connected to every other space by the gap, then...?

    After completing this experiment, please register Matrix Code GAPINSPA.08 in your free account at StartOver.xyz.

    This Experiment is worth 1 Matrix Point.

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