Sheldon Cooper in the Big Bang Theory had to have his spot. This is a metaphor for our needing a center, a stable place in the world that is always sane and at peace; this is our immoveable spot. Such a spot was under the Bhodi tree when Siddhartha sat down and said he would not move until he realized his “spot.” When he rose he was the center of the cosmos.
That is our true spot. The GPS is a metaphor for this. When you are on a GPS map, the world refigures itself around you. You are always in the center of the universe, and the world shapes itself around you as the outside of a cup shapes itself on the inside. It take a long quest to find this Center, and when we first find it, we are immediately upset by the inertia of the world and our personality. Our spot is like a radio bull. It takes time to learn how to keep your seat.