A Response-Free Emotion
Spirit explains I Ching 60 – Discipline.
Water is above Lake, and lakes have limits
to how much water they can hold.
To add more water, as in times of flooding,
results in loss of discipline.
Discipline implies limits; self-imposed or
Yang is above Yin in this instance, which
describes thought over emotion.
Then, rational thought should determine
the limits of acceptable emotion?
How is that possible?
Self-imposed limits to emotional experience
or to emotional expression?
What does that mean?
The role of self-discipline along our path
to enlightenment honours genuine emotions.
How can I know if my emotions are genuine?
Are they self-determined?
They are usually responses to outside
Then, you have answered your own question.
What emotion can be free from outside