Violet Heart 14 PM (October 14 PM)
The Unified Zones of Yung at the Individual Coalescing Quadrants of the 8th-Person Perspective
The Yung Master at the Seat of Consciousness at The Throne of Water at the Letter of Watching
wanting: (1) having a desire to possess or do (something); (2) wishing for; (3) lacking in a certain quality.
In the morning of Violet Heart 14, the Letter of Watching reaches the station of Watching. All that has come before from the Way (Tao) to the Witness to the Will to Oneness and Waer (Awareness) have tracked to this station: the causal realm or Audi-mind or Overmind reaching its individual expression as the One Who Watches Over. The sense of guarding and protecting at a distance is strong here. The Watcher is neither Guardian nor Chaperone, but more like an Overseer with a purview over the Eternal One in all its features and qualities.
At the centerpoint of the morning comes Wakan Tanka, a term used by the Lakota, meaning Great Spirit, Great Mystery, Creator, or The Sacred. This is the Yin Master at the Seat of Consciousness at the Throne of Water: an Overseer or Watcher who “walks with” Us.
The Great Spirit Walks With Us at this station.
At the 8th-person-perspective, the Wanderer’s path may turn again and again in circle-eights… Eternity Watching.
As morning turns to afternoon on Violet Heart 14, the Wombat appears, the world’s largest burrowing animal. Marsupial of Australia, they create burrows of significant size and complexity. The spirit of The Way shows us that it is becoming grounded in the Earth, going from above to below.
In the afternoon, there is Wanting and Wandering. Like a Wombat in her burrows, the path meanders and deepens. We tunnel into our Wants like a nocturnal creature digging into her burrow. The wants are not exactly like Desires, which can send us into dualistic battles between deities or divinities and devils or demons. Nor are the Wants like Needs which must be satisfied for the conduction of Negativity. Wants are like the Tips of a Wizard’s Wand. They channel the Way – transcendent, overarching – into the manifest – the here and now. If they become Undesirable or Unwholesome, they have the potential to be Wanton: excessive, uncontrolled, or cruel. If they must establish or respect Limits to Liberty, they may face Walls. They are the Warrior’s denouement, a relaxing of the arrow-like Will into a leisurely, casual, or aimless Wander.
Does the Wanderer Wander because they are lacking something? Because they desire something they do not have? It is a mystery one must address to Wakan Tanka. Or perhaps clues may be found in the humble Wombat’s secret impulses. The simplest thing to say, which is not necessarily an explanation, is that they Want.