A spirit teacher shares His understanding of the timeless wisdom
contained within the I Ching hexagram 31- Sensing.
Lake is over Mountain. Lake is yin and Mountain is yang.
The trigram Lake is composed of one yin line above two yang.
The trigram Mountain shows one yang line above two yin.
Every yang and yin line of this hexagram has a complement.
Sensing develops from Fire (30_ in which no line enjoys
a complement, and forms a foundation for Constancy (32).
Constancy is as Sensing, with harmony between yin and yang.
Sensing requires more than receiving information from, or
through, our five physical sensory organs. Sensing suggests
a certain level of understanding of the meaning of the
message that we are receiving.
The yin and yang principles must work together?
Yes, but never equally, or they would negate each other.
There must always be a dynamic blending of their unique
energies. They each contribute what they alone can;
intuitive awareness and intellectual capacity for making
sense of this awareness.
What personal message does this reading offer?
We each contribute what we alone can, if we
care to contribute at all.
To whom or what do we contribute?
To Life. It would be different than it is without
you, or Me.