𝍑⚎ Silver Stars 15 AM (November 25 AM) – “Aasənə” (Jai’ai)
The Outside Zone of Yin at the Collective Objective Quadrant of the 9th-Person Perspective
The Yin Master at the Seat of Basis at The Throne of Light at the Letter of Lightening
Origin (Sanskrit) आसन Āsana: to sit; to be.
The courtship of the Lovers begins in Asana, the Sanskrit word for the seated posture. It is also a term that means simply “to be”. More broadly, the term Asana can refer to any Yoga posture including standing, supine, and prone positions.
Asanas promote health, cultivate awareness, relaxation, and mindfulness. They are an integral part of a path of Self-realization in Sanskrit-based spirituality. Part of the purpose of sitting is to manifest an “eight-limbs” state of being ranging from Yamas (social codes) to the realization of the union of Atman and Brahman (True Self and Ultimate Reality).
Other words currently appearing include Awesome and Awe-struck. The sense of “to be” here is not neutral, but delightful and splendid. In short, it is Life (which is another word at this station).
Also appearing at this station include Lace, Lake, and Layer. Lace invokes a fine fabric with intricate patterns used to trim a garment. Lake suggests a large, calm, serene body of water. A Layer is a sheet covering a body, such as a Layer of clothing; or, a person or thing that lays something (such as a chicken). Together these words suggest patterned or layered sheets of a body of manifestation, something with both surface and depth. This is the notion of “to be” as seen from this station of the Uni-Mind, a multi-layered and intricately patterned fabric of Existence.
The Third Column gave us the Yang of Taking and the Yin of Chasing at this position. Taking or Taking In are aspects of meeting a Lover with one’s eyes; Chasing is the courtship of a prospective Lover. At the Letter of Lightening, these aspects are combined. Moreover, they are not necessarily aspects of love for another, but for the connection between the Atman and Brahman.
At the Third Tier, the Yang of Nature or Nakedness combines with the Yin of Haste or Ausɡəprɛkt (from the German word for Distinction). The Lovers gaze upon each other in their nakedness, perhaps seated in meditation in a garden. They appreciate each other’s Ausɡəprɛkt and commence to get to know each other better. Atman and Brahman may find a unity with each other, but their Distinctions are preserved.
𝍑𝌂 Silver Stars 15 PM (November 25 PM) – “Leɪŋwɪʃ” (Jai’ai)
The Outside Zone of Yung at the Collective Objective Quadrant of the 9th-Person Perspective
The Yung Master at the Seat of Basis at The Throne of Light at the Letter of Lightening
Origin (English) languish: lose vitality; become weak or feeble; suffer from being forced to remain in a state of inactivity; to pine with desire or longing.
Eventually if you sit for too long, your body will grow feeble and full of ache. It will Languish. The Lovers have begun to pine for each other with Longing; they must move from passive appreciation through gaze into a deeper relationship or the suffering will grow more intense. They Languish in solitude from lack of being together.
The first words to appear in the afternoon of Silver Stars 15 are Light and related words such as Lightning, Lightening, Lighthearted, Lightroom, and Lightbulb. This date is the home location for the Letter of Lightening and the Throne of Light. From this spot, Light appears. It must travel in space. Light is believed to be composed of two perpendicular waves: electric fields and magnetic fields, synchronized and always appearing together, causing constant motion.
Other words to appear at this spot are Lame, Lane, and (depending on pronunciation of the vowel) Language and Languish. Thus, Light and Language are intricately linked in their subtle energetic expression in the Lingua-U metalanguage, harmonized for six marks (subsequently, Language turns Yang to be an active principle whereas Light turns Yin to receive the power of the Logos, the Incarnate Language).
The Third Column brings together the Yang of Tightness or Taming with the Yin of Chains or Change. These combine in the Yung of Languishing or Language at the Throne of Light. Consonants in words express tightness in vocal tracts. Through mastering Language, Language-speakers gain control over the forces of nature and world. The desire of the Lovers imposes constrictions and changes their life’s conditions and aspirations.
In the Third Tier, the Yang of Night meets the Yin of Aushärten (German for Setting, Hardening). The Yung of Light appears now as a different expression of Night, the two words held in tension by the Yin of a process of settling down. (Note that this is a remarkably different image than the traditional association of Yang with Day and Yin with Night. Remember that at this time of the Kalendar’s year, past the 666th hexagram, Yang and Yin have changed polarities.) As the Letter of Lightening begins with Light, so too the Lovers experience a tension between the lightness of escape from self and the heaviness or painfulness of desire.
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