You are in a great position to build on and increase what you have accomplished and acquired. Enlist as much help as you need.
Yogi Bhajan’s quote for today.
Meditation: LA936 980609 Four Stroke Breath to Build Intuition
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Tao Te Ching – Verse 50 – The Master gives himself up to whatever the moment brings
14 – Fourteen Ta Yu / Great Treasures
The Fire of clarity illuminates the Heavens to those below:
The Superior Person possesses great inner treasures — compassion, economy, and modesty.
These treasures allow the benevolent will of Heaven to flow through him outward to curb evil and to further good.
You have become an instrument of Heaven’s will, offering a balance in the world around you.
It is not swashbuckling prowess or uncanny talent that qualifies you for this office, but your simplest gifts — your modesty, your compassion, your economy.
Because you can see clearly who most needs a miracle, Heaven’s bounty is being put at your disposal.
Nine in the second place means:
A large wagon for loading.
You have found the perfect means for distributing and increasing your treasures.
A big wagon for loading.
One may undertake something.
‘A Wagon Passing a Kloof’ – Sir John Barrow (1764-1848)
Sir John Barrow,
by John Jackson
Great possession consists not only in the quantity of goods at one’s disposal, but first and foremost, in their mobility and utility, for then they can be used in undertakings, and we remain free of embarrassment and mistakes. The big wagon, which will carry a heavy load and in which one can journey far, means that there are at hand able helpers who give their support and are equal to their task. One can load great responsibility upon such persons, and this is necessary in important undertakings.
35 – Thirty-Five Chin / Aspiration
The Sun shines down upon the Earth:
Constantly honing and refining his brilliance, the Superior Person is a Godsend to his people.
They repay his benevolence with a herd of horses, and he is granted audience three times in a single day.
This is a time of reward for good works.
Those you have helped want to show their gratitude.
Benefits come both from on high and from the humble you uplifted.
Accept all gifts graciously, though the reward may not be what you truly need or hoped for.
Some may bestow more than they can afford to give, but you must realize that they need to feel that they have repaid you.