Indecision Never Wins
Spirit shares I Ching wisdom.
I Ching 31 – Sensing follows Fire in the sequential
order of situations and events that we each face
as we travel along our physical life journey.
As in cause and effect?
As in order or progression. The universe
does not operate on a system of cause
and effect, even if at times it might
appear to do so.
Then, why does Sensing follow Fire?
You might also ask why Sensing leads
to Withdrawal, or why that outcome
might be advisable.
Can we go back to Sensing?
We never left it, at least not those
of us who pay close attention
to whatever situation has developed
or shows signs of doing so.
Then, Sensing is as an instinctual
Awareness is not instinctual, but does
or can develop from a natural response
to heat, among other things.
Could instinct be considered as
a prerequisite to sensing or awareness?
Then, where does instinct fit in with sensing?
Instinct follows sensing.
So, when our physical senses send a warning
to our inner awareness, then awareness
triggers an instinctual response to withdraw?
Then, fight or flight determine outcome?
We choose whether to withdraw or not to.
Then why does withdrawal follow sensing?
It is the usual recommended course of action
in extreme situations.
Then, whatever follows or leads into
any developing situation is contingent
Contingent upon what?
I’m not sure.
What does that mean?
Indecision is also an option.
But, if instinct only offers two?
Then indecision would be over-ruled
by the most dominant instinct.
Or the less controlled one?