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If you're not grabbing in your breath and identifying yourself as having an object-level body, you can push one another through the arm without tensing as your whole structures moves and re-organizes itself so that you don't feel increased pressure coming toward you.
A similar theme runs through Sisters, a play set simultaneously in 1969 and 1950, as the main character, a nun, re-organizes her memories of working in a residential school for version, Lill writes: "Sisters is a reconstruction/memory play.