Violet Heart 31 AM (October 31 AM)
The Inside Zone of Yung at the Integrated Objective Quadrants of the 8th-Person Perspective
The Yung Master at the Seat of Interiority at The Throne of Why at the Letter of Whirling
whimsy: (1) playfully quaint or fanciful behavior or humor, (2) a whim, (3) a thing that is fanciful or odd.
On Halloween Eve came the Season of the Which. Now Halloween comes with a Whimper, Violet Heart 31. The Yang of the Whip and the Yin of the Whisk have come together in the Yung of Whim or Whimsy.
Now it’s the Seat of Interiority at the Throne of Why, a realm of Ounces or Pounds, Flouncing or Floundering with situations that go Round, like a series of responses to a child’s repetitious wondering of “Why?”
Twenty-three previous Yung Masters at the Seats of Interiority have we seen in The Kalendar so far this year, beginning with Building at the Throne of Symbiosis to Pilgrimage at the Throne of Pi and the Villain at the Throne of Village. At our present coordinate in Station Eight, the Yung Master of Whimsy at the Throne of Why responds to the Yung Master of Inherency at the Throne of Imagining and the Yung Master of Ənəhətə — Unstruck (The Heart Chakra) in the Throne of Umpiring. Between the permanency of what is Inherent and the Unstruck ways of the Heart Chakra, there is now a resolution in the freedom and playfulness of Whimsy.
Violet Heart 31 starts with a Whim, a sudden desire or change of mind, especially one that is unexplained or strange. For the Archetype of the Wheeler Dealer, the Whim is a trusted source of contact with the unchanging and eternal, a sort of Kosmic play.
Whims can create stressful or frightening situations, but if they come with a bit of a Zig-Zag they can also give free expression to Whimsical play and humor.
The Whim is the Yung at the Letter of Whirling which brings together the Will at the Letter of Watching with the Hindrance at the Letter of Wholeness. When the Will is frustrated but not entirely thwarted, the initial plans must change to get over the Hill. The result is a Whim, redirected desires and actions resulting from a coalescing of the (Will’s) Individual Objective Quadrant and (Hindrance’s) Collective Objective Quadrant.
That which is Whimsical rarely involves matters of great substance or gravity. Whimsical play often involves the allowing a Whit (minor detail) to be magnified in importance.
Expressing your Whimsy audibly may be the best response to the appearance of a Whisp, the phantasmagorical lights that are said to appear in marshes or swamps. When the ghostly Whisp sings in a Whisper, Whinny like a Horse that has felt the sting of a Whip. A gentle, high-pitched neigh is the balancing response to the frightful song.
Evening comes, and with it a Whoop, a loud cry or hollering of excitement. The Halloween trick-or-treat ritual goes a little like this, Whinny responding to Whip or Whish (an alternative spelling of Wish). It is not usually a genuinely frightening performance and may be the source of much charm, giving the potentially discombobulating experiences of the Throne of Why a humorous, gentle retort, followed by whooping or shrieks of delight.
The inside zone of the Throne of Why culminates so, in sounds and performances intended to dispel fears and relieve tension, not in Answers to Questions. That is not to suggest that there are no answers; sometimes, when the right moment comes, and the Whim strikes, take in your hand a Whill (meaning, quill in the Manx language), and see what it writes.
Better yet, do not look to the Throne of Why for Answers. In The Kalendar, Answers are found at the Seat of Interiority of the Throne of Ambiguity in the Month of the Blue Castle — the Yang to the Yin of Why. Why does not precede Answers; it follows them as the Yin to their Yang, the response of the Element of Vowel to the Element of Galaxy. What brings the thesis of Answer and the antithesis of Why together into a synthesis? You will learn the surprising Yung at the Throne of Yang-Yin-Yung in the Month of the Silver Stars, after Honesty finally comes into view.
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