“He showed me a sketch he'd drawn once during meditation. It was an androgynous human figure, standing up, hands clasped in prayer. But this figure had four legs, and no head. Where the head should have been, there was only a wild foliage of ferns and flowers. There was a small, smiling face drawn over the heart.
To find the balance you
want," Ketut spoke through his translator, "this is what you must
become. You must keep your feet grounded so firmly on the earth that
it's like you have four legs, instead of two. That way, you can stay in
the world. But you must stop looking at the world through your head.
You must look through your heart, instead. That way, you will know
(Elizabeth Gilbert - Eat, Pray, Love)