Spirit shares His understanding of timeless wisdom expressed
within the I Ching Hexagram 19 – Supervision.
Supervision follows Deterioration (18) in the sequential order
of life experiences represented by the sixty-four I Ching hexagrams. Supervision then becomes the foundation of Observing (20).
The need to consciously supervise the renovation or rebuilding
of whatever has been allowed to fall into an unhealthy condition
refers not only to structures of wood and stone, but also to
physical, mental, and spiritual disease processes, as well as to
personal, social, and political relationships.
Someone or some force must supervise the development of a new
phase in the life of whatever or whoever has deteriorated.
Situations do not improve on their own. This is a Law of Life.
Everything and everyone needs help to recover from whatever?
But, does supervision necessarily involve control over the
recovery or rebuilding of whatever?
If necessary, yes.
That sounds personal.
It is, as is life.
What does that mean?
What do you think it means?
I’m afraid to guess.
Spirit shares His understanding of I Ching 43 – Removal.
“Lake is over Heaven. Both are yang, but Heaven is the most powerful Yang. Lake, in this instance, is as a butterfly on a rock.”
“Frail over solid; what interaction or common ground can the two share? ”
“A rock is not easily crushed or moved, but neither can it move itself, while a butterfly is easily crushed but it has power to move itself out of danger; lightness and mobility over power and immobility. Removal follows Increase (42), and develops, or evolves, into Meeting (44)..”
“That’s a curious sequential order.”
“I can understand that increase can become clutter and requiring downsizing, or removal of whatever no longer serves us well, but how does this lead to Meeting?”
“Meeting is coming together.”
“With whom, or what?”
“Of what is necessary, or desirable and useful, and what is manufactured need.”
“How can need be manufactured?”
Spirit shares His understanding of timeless wisdom
hidden with the I Ching hexagram 46 – Rising.
Earth is over Wind. Both are Yin.
Rising follows Gathering (45) and moves into
Rising expresses upward movement, such as the Sun
seems to rise from the Eastern horizon, each morning,
wherever on Earth we may be. It then seems to reach
high into the sky, about mid-day, and then begins
to descend toward the Western horizon, arriving there
to end its daily journey, each evening.
How does that story relate to inspiration?
It teaches us that we live within a structured universe.
There are rules of order, known as Universal Laws.
How can knowing them help me, here and now, today?
Beginnings and endings are inevitable, but what happens
between the two reflects free will.
We each choose.
Not what, alone, but also how and why.
Spirit shares His understanting of Hexagram 16 . Tunder is over Earth; yin over yin.
“Delight means Pleasure. Delight/Pleasure follows Respectful (15) and leads to Following (17). We are attracted to like-minded people. If we can live and work together with an attitude of mutual respect then the work itself becomes a pleasure.”
“That sounds like an ideal situation, but many of us associate and work with people who seem determined not to develop an attitude of respect; mutual or otherwise.”
“Then why are we there?”
“Perhaps we feel trapped within conditions beyond our control, and must choose a situation that is the lesser of two or more evils.”
“Then, take control of the situation.”
“That’s easier said than done.”
Degeneration follows Following. We each follow a Way of Life and a
Teacher of that way, whether we are aware of this reality, or not.
“Know thyself” has been cautioned through the ages. Why?
Because, we are each responsible for allowing our
Inner vision to deteriorate, if it does.
How does degenerating vision relate to following?
Yes, as both cause and effect, creating a downward spiral of
Today’s I Ching reading by Spirit
Wind over Lake
Sincerity follows Discipline
As wind moves water, discipline moves sincerity,
Directing our chosen lifestyle.
If we sincerely desire and intend to follow our path
With purpose, then discipline will be a welcome
I hesitate to ask who …
Today’s I Ching reading by Spirit
Thunder over Wind
Constancy follows Sensing
Where there is thunder, there is wind. They are as
Constant companions but not as equals.
Wind will always come with thunder but thunder
Will not always be with wind.
We made a commitment to what we sensed was right
What commitment would we make?
A way of life?
Wind follows Travel in the order of the Hexagrams.
When we travel we must adapts to
We are always travelling, He tells me, through Life,
Without ever not being Life itself.
Is there a personal message for me?
Are you separate?
Sincerity follows Discipline in the order of the Hexagrams.
Discipline, as self-control, and it is always self-control, for
Whatever reason, is not a value in itself. It is a means to an end.
What about Sincerity?
What about it?
Why does it follow Discipline?
It always follows Discipline.
If we are sincere in our intention to do or be whatever, then
Self-discipline must be followed.