Today: “With every victory there is difficulty in maintaining new gains.  Be vigilant and don’t take too much.” – from the I Ching

With every victory there is difficulty in maintaining new gains.  Be vigilant and don’t take too much.

Meditation: The Neutral Mind

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Today: Stay vigilant and allow the transition from chaos to order to complete – from the I Ching

yinyang02paperRemain vigilant of the wiles of the snake.  Do not engage nor meet him halfway.  At the same time, do not impose too heavily your admonitions to your circles about dealing with it.  Your inner strength and clarity will … Read the rest

Today: ”The victory over the small, petty, petulant, predatory forces is already won.  Make sure the dark elements are completely stripped of their power and influence. – a reading from the I Ching

The victory over the small, petty, petulant, predatory forces is already won.  Make sure the dark elements are completely stripped of their power and influence.  Be vigilant to remove any new weeds in the garden as they pop up.  Then … Read the rest

Today: Encroaching darkness, caution & patience – from the I Ching

yinyang02paperWe are experiencing stagnation brought about through apathy and neglect.  The security we have been experiencing will topple as the last measure of stability is compromised.  We cannot look to celebrity, fads or the current buzz, yet that is where … Read the rest

Today: Perseverance and steadfastness have prevailed – I Ching

Perseverance and steadfastness have prevailed in a time of adversity.  The consciousness has changed but its effects are not yet realized.  A new time has arrived along with the promise of good fortune. With it comes the responsibility of stabilizing … Read the rest

Today: Strive for great fortune and success – from the I Ching

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Strive for great fortune and success.  The prerequisite is the cultivation of harmonious relations others and with nature.  We are advised not to fix what is broken by force, but rather through peaceful means.

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