There are no Future Lives
A spirit teacher shares His understanding of timeless
wisdom expressed within the I Ching Hexagram 56 – Travel.
Fire is over Mountain. Fire is Yin and Mountain is Yang.
Fire will move when it can but Mountain is usually stable.
Travel builds on Abundance (55) and prepares a foundation
for Wind (57), in keeping with the endless progression of
life experiences of cause followed by effect, followed by
Abundance risks developing into stagnation or restlessness.
What does one do with one’s life after one has achieved
enough and has accumulated enough of society’s rewards to
almost satisfy one’s soul, and yet feel that something is
Perhaps it’s time to dare to open our eyes and to dare to
allow ourselves to accept that material wealth and even
physical health can become as a trap that limits our growth
and our incentive to move beyond the confines of conventional
limits of awareness
We seem to intuitively know that if we will allow ourselves
to see, there are worlds beyond worlds waiting for us to
Wow! Are we talking about possible future lives?
There are no future lives. There is, was, and always will
be only one life to live and to liveor.
I Ching 60 – Discipline
Today’s I Ching reading by Spirit
Water above Lake
Discipline follows Dispersal.
Dispersal describes scattering, a disorganized
Movement of whatever.
Water over Lake strongly suggests flooding,
A disorganized movement of water, or emotion.
Where is discipline?
Obviously, it is missing.
Is that a personal comment?
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