Beneath the Surface of Cause and Effect
A Spirit teacher shares His understanding
of the situation expressed by the I Ching
hexagram 56 – Travel.
Fire is over Mountain.
Travel follows abundance (55) and is itself
followed by Wind (57).
There is a time to move forward and a time
when moving is unwise. Fire travels if and
when it can.
If we seek to follow the advice of the text …
And we do, or at least some of us.
Then, how can we know.
When to move and when to resist moving.
Of the situation in question.
Do all situations possess a potential
Yes, and more.
The inevitability of movement.
Cause and effect?
Not necessarily, but cause and effect
are more easily understood than
the underlying impetus to continuous
The underlying impetus?
What could it be?