The Unified Zones of Yung at the Individual Subjective Quadrant of the 8th-Person Perspective
The Yung Master at the Seat of Motion at the Throne of World at the Letter of Watching
warrior: a brave or experienced soldier or fighter
The Waiting is Wonderous. All that came before is Waning. The Witness is Watching. The Will is One. The Wolf has risen. The Weapon is in hand. The Word is spoken. The World is our focus. The Work is done. Woefulness is abated. The Weakness has been replenished. The time of the Warrior has come.
The Warrior enfolds seven previous person-perspectives within its view: Black as Stone, Free as Fire, Good as Wood, breathing in and out the Air of Eros, Alive and Aware in Agape, as Open as the Ocean, as Nimble as Nil. The eighth perspective – worldcentric, causally outwardbound, grounded in The Way (Tao) – circulates all that has come before.
At the Letter of Watching… The Yung Master at the Seat of Motion, War, stands in opposition to the Yung Master at the Seat of Goodness, Woman. They are reconciled by the Yung Master at the Seat of Consciousness, Wall.
At the Throne of the World, this is the station of War, the Way that faces into the OR. Choices must be made. Challenges must be faced. If a Hero will rise in the month of the Violet Heart, the greatest threat to Wholeness must be overcome.
At the Throne of the World, if War is Purchased, there will be a Warping of the Right.
At the Throne of the World, if Duty is delivered, there is a Warding of the Sacred.
At the Throne of the World, War may be Mitigated with a Warming of relations.
At the Throne of the World, War may be Negated with a Warning.