“The focus of today’s message is I Ching Hexagram 57 – Wind. The yang trigram Wind is above. The yang trigram Wind is below.”
“More than a light breeze?”
“Much more; an unstoppable movement.”
“Are we talking of personal development?”
“There is nothing personal.”
“What about relationships?”
“Yours and mine.”
“We don’t have one.”
“But, I relate to you.”
“In what way?”
“You are my teacher.”
“Is that all?
“More than I know.”
“You’re too far beyond my understanding, at this time.”
“Why relationships are not personal.”
“Relationships describe connection.”
“As a bridge?”
“Yes. And bridges are for crossing.”
“Then we meet halfway?”
“Relationships are as bridges that can unite.”
“To release duality?”
“To releae the illusion of duality.”
Today’s I Ching reading by Spirit
I Ching 23 – Downsizing.
Mountain over Earth
Downsizing follows Adornment in the order of the Hexagrams.
Simplicity may mean different things to different people, but
The concept of downsizing is generally understood.
Downsizing involves reducing whatever we have accumulated
That no longer seems to contribute to the quality of our life
As we now wish to live it.
Downsizing should never involve a reduction of personal values.
Perhaps it could involve selecting which of our collected treasures
We value more than some others.
Yes. What once was or may have seemed important may now
Seem less so.
What about people?
What about them?
May we also need to consider whom to stay close to and whom
Release? Are you holding on?
Biting Through follows Observing (Hexagram 20).
Spirit explains: To observe suggests an attitude
of detachment and duality when, in essence
oneness is all that exists.
Biting through expresses awareness and intention;
a determination to experience oneness, and to
release or bite through whatever seems to prevent
us from experiencing that reality.
Entrenched belief systems.
But, we must believe something.
We need guidelines; rules of order that make
sense; that we understand.