Going Nowhere is an Illusion
Spirit shares I Ching wisdom.
Today’s message relates to Travel, hexagram 57.
Life experiences develop out of previous life
experiences and lead to future life experiences,
within an endless loop that expands.
We never return to an earlier experience,
even when we do, if we do. Something has
changed and so have we.
Our understanding of ourselves grows, as does
our understanding of the world we live in,
and everyone and everything within that world,
within our world.
The problem arises or, rather, problems arise
when we resist our own awareness of the changes
in our relationship to the changing world
we call our way of life.
We stumble when we fail to notice detour signs.
Things are never as they never were.
We see with an inner eye, while safe travel
requires looking ahead with an outer focus
Illusion is created, self-created. It does not
exist in itself in any form.
Like the song, “A man sees what he wants to see
and disregards the rest?”
Yes, but the rest is still there, whether we
focus on it or not.
You’re getting close to home.
Yes. Perhaps our travels in the physical world
are or can be used as a diversion; an excuse
to avoid inner challenges to inward travel.
Wow! And the message?
Travel is a necessity of life, whether we go
anywhere, and we cannot go nowhere. That is
Even to imagine that we are or might be going
nowhere is an illusion?