Wear it like a crown

A show about wearing your fears and failures with pride.

I`m excited to meet Cirkus Cirkör again. I cried, laughed and got inspired during their last visit here with magic Inside Out.
Its about being human. About joy and sorrow, fear and courage. About love & life. About being vulnerable. And that vulnerable are the same as strong.
Life can be poetry. We just have to believe. In ourself. In life.


Wear it like a crown is the final part in Cirkus Cirkör’s trilogy about the body. The first part, 99% unknown, took the audience on a journey inside the body among cells and neurons. Inside out follows the heart, and Wear it like a crown seeks order in the collisions between the left and right cerebral hemispheres

A word from the director
Tilde Björfors - Director and artistic director

"All growth is preceded by risk-taking. There is no innovation, no great work of art or love story that has not involved a number of risks.
Since risk-taking has such valuable results, why does it have such a negative connotation?
Why don’t we all throw ourselves into all risks with great joy?
Is it the fear of hurting ourselves or the risk to our own or others’ lives?
Yes, but the majority of the factors that hold us back are based on a fear of quite harmless things.
No one has ever died from saying “I love you” even though it may feel like it, at that moment"


Share your life with someone who has enough time to look into your eyes and listen to the beating of your heart

Janesh Vaidya


Individually, we are one drop.
Together, we are an ocean.

Ryunosuke Satoro


What`s Your Dosha?

In Ayurveda (often translated as the “science of life”)
the five elements of space, air, earth, fire and water make up everything in the universe including the human body. These elements come together to create three different constitutional types, or doshas, known as
Vata (airy), Pitta (fiery), and Kapha (earthy).
Knowing your type can help you understand what foods, exercises, and lifestyle elements can support and nurture your health and which ones can cause imbalance.
More than just a system of natural medicine, it is a way of living that encompasses lifestyle and diet, as well as medicine, bodywork, astrology, philosophy and psychology.
It touches upon every aspect of life.

Every individual will have one or more of these doshas in excess, and that is what defines one’s constitution. If you want to know your Dosha (or know more about yourself) I suggest you to visit an ayurvedic consultant. That can be a life changing process for sure.

You can also do a simple test on the web, just for fun.
Be honest when you read the 3 questions below, and get a hint of what dosha you might be ;)

vata) “can I change my mind”?
pitta) “it’s my way or the highway”
kapha) “don’t worry be happy”

And smile ;)


What makes YOU come alive?

Do not ask yourself
what the world needs.

Ask yourself
what makes you come alive,
then go and do that.

Because what the world needs
is people who have come

-Harold Thurman Whitman-

me feeling alive summer 2010


Bird wings

In our never ending longing for balance in life, I give you this words from the poet Rumi:

"Your hand opens and closes and opens and closes.
If it were always a fist or always stretched open,
you would be paralysed.

Your deepest presence is in every small contracting and expanding,
the two as beautifully balanced and coordinated
as bird wings"