字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 I really love balancing stones. Mostly because I think it's such a great way to also balance myself. And to create something beautiful at the same time- Even though a little wind is enough to make it look like your sculpture never was there. But in this moment, as I try to find a tiny, tiny little balance point, my thoughts are completely silent and that's a very good feeling. Sometimes it only takes a couple of minutes to make a balance and sometimes an hour. But when it's done I love to watch the stone balance. It looks so still and quiet in a world that is constantly moving. Very often I see people commenting that it's fake, that it's impossible to do this and that it's photoshopped or glue. But I kinda get excited about those reactions, because it's a proof that there is so much more in this life than we could ever imagine. If some people think that this is impossible, Imagine then how many more things there is in life that we still think is impossible just because we never really tried it. Just because we're already put the frames on what is possible or not. I also get a lot of questions about how to learn this and my advice is: Just go get out there, find some stones, play around and have fun. After a while, you will get to know the stones and get a feeling of how to balance them in the best way. And you will learn to see which stones works best together. You might spend a lot of time trying to balance a stone that will never balance. But you learn something every time and it's a wonderful way of spending time in nature. Depending on what kin of stone balance you're doing, the balance point can be really tiny So the movements that you do while adjusting the stones to find the balance point are so tiny that you can barely see it with your eyes, you just feel it with your hands. And when you finally find that tiny balance point, the gravity will be there for you to hold your stones together.