When asked about togetherness, she leans back with a smile, as she says there is a big handful of people she knows she can always reach out to no matter what, so she feels a strong sense of unity and a feeling of being together. She speaks warmly of the women’s-circles where a group of sisters meet, dance and share. And it is easy to invite people for spontaneous meditations, potlocks and parties where the ambiance is safe, relaxed, loving and fun. A lot of dance and very little alcohol if there is any at all.
There seems to be something that connects all the “Ängsbackatarians” as she smilingly refers to them, and she tries to put her finger on what it is. Without any form of doctrine, manifest or rules, there still seems to be this consensus that everyone owns their emotions without blaming others for how they feel. She shares how she tries her best to speak kindly of others, be supportive and own everything that arises in her.
“I can get triggered and situations can be a catalyst, but it is not anybody else that makes me feel whatever I am feeling in the moment. And this goes for all the people I hang with. We talk openly about what happens within to help each other to understand ourselves.”