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Trusting Winter’s signs of leaving – a fool’s game

Today’s I Ching – 32 – Constancy.

Thunder over Wind – loud sound and moving air.

Constancy follows Sensing in the Hexagrams.

 

Spirit explains:  Sensing is a form of intuition that isn’t clearly seen but, nevertheless,

Cannot be denied.

 

Signs of Spring in March. We seem to know that cold weather

Has not left us. Winter isn’t over, yet, even though mild weather

And Spring flowers delight us.

 

Where is constancy?

 

Winter is constant. It may offer signs of leaving, but these signs

May be no more than tests of our willingness to accept as true

What an inner knowing tells us is not.

 

Is there a personal message for me?

 

Yes, and for everyone else.

 

 

 

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I Ching 32 – Constancy

Today’s I Ching reading by Spirit

 

Thunder over Wind

Constancy follows Sensing

 

Spirit explains:

 

Where there is thunder, there is wind. They are as

Constant companions but not as equals.

Wind will always come with thunder but thunder

Will not always be with wind.

 

The message?

 

We made a commitment to what we sensed was right

For us.

 

What commitment?

 

What commitment would we make?

 

 

To follow?

 

As in?

 

A way of life?

 

Yes.

 

 

 

Today’s I Ching – 33 – Withdrawal

Withdrawal follows Constancy in the order of the Hexagrams.

 

Spirit explains:

 

Constancy expresses perseverance, but nothing lasts forever.

Withdrawal comes from reduced interest, restlessness, and

Doubts as to why and for how long.

 

A need for time out:?

 

Who is teaching whom?

 

You are, I hope.

 

And who seems to need time out?

 

You?

 

No.

 

Note to reader: As you are my witness, Spirit is not above

Guilt-tripping.

 

I Ching 33 – Withdrawal

Today’s I Ching – 33 – Withdrawal

Heaven above, Mountain below.

Withdrawal follows Constancy in the order of the Hexagrams.

 

Spirit explains:

Constancy, in this instance, expresses a more or less static way of life. This condition is contrary to Nature, where everything changes. Nothing endures. We must either develop or decline.

The message?

Endurance suggests dissatisfaction with whatever and must be resolved by either attack or withdrawal.

Attack what or who?

Never who.

Then what?

Perhaps a complacent attitude formed of habit.

 

 

Withdrawal

I Ching 33 – Withdrawal

Today’s I Ching – 33 – Withdrawal

Heaven above, Mountain below. Withdrawal follows Constancy in the order of the Hexagrams.

Spirit explains: Constancy suggests enduring, but, nothing lasts forever, at least not in this physical and material world. The Universal Law of Interdependence refers to relationships, such as: give and take, come and go.

Does that mean you are leaving me?

Yes, It does not mean that.

Then what?

Wait and see.

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