Violet Heart 26 AM (October 26 AM)
The Inside Zone of Yin at the Collective Coalescing Quadrants of the 8th-Person Perspective
The Yin Master at the Seat of Outwardness at The Throne of Human at the Letter of Wholeness
house: (1) a building for human habitation, especially one that is lived in by a family or small group of people; (2) relating to a business, institution, or society.
The Seat of Outwardness, or transcendence, at the Letter of Wholeness, is all about “How?”: How does the Hero adapt to more Humble life conditions? Having obtained Happiness, how does one keep it? Having obtained a sense of Having (possessions), how does one not become consumed by them or fall victim to materialism?
The problems at this Seat are, in a sense, “in Hand”. They are not primarily mental obstacles, but matters of practical arrangements of culture and society. Nor are they matters for the public, but only for those permitted access to the House (House is Yin to the Yang of Autɛntɪkaar, so access is purely for those whose identities have been Authenticated.)
The House (Yin-Yin) holds what the Hero Has (Yang-Yang). It holds a Collective (typically, a family unit) which forms the Household (objective) preoccupied with concerns of relationships – How? (subjective).
The Seat of Outwardness at the Letter of Wholeness is also linked to the word Ouch, a word in some languages used to express pain. When we are feeling authentically Human and feeling our pain, we do not want to be in the public eye, but within the relative privacy of a House, which gives solace and support.
The matters at the Throne of Human do not so much concern the underlying structural conditions of the society (which is the focus of the Throne of Adjustment, the Yin to the Yung of Human) or the arrangement of the thought-worlds of the individual (which is the focus of the Throne of Thaumaturgy, the Yang to the Yung of Human). Instead, the Throne of Human concerns the ways of being happy, being humane, being hospitable to strangers, and enjoying a good sense of humor. There is a sense of visceral, animalistic fun at this station, filled with Howling, Hooting, and Hollering.
In short, the matters at this station are the concerns that play out in the context of a House (either a literal abode or something relating to institutions and societies). The Yang of Thaumaturgy played out in environments that were Thrilling and involved face-to-face confrontations with Death; the Yin of Adjustment played out within the Ecological and Economic structures such as Capitalism and Communism; the Yung of Human, which unifies these two, is the realm of Humility and Humor.
At the Throne of Thaumaturgy (𝌔), the lesson was Courage, expressed through the Concern of a Forking River; at the Throne of Adjustment (𝌯), the lesson was Equality, expressed by the Concern of Equalization, particularly the appearance of Christ as an equalizing force between the Human and the Divine; at the Throne of Human (𝍊), the lesson is Humor or Heartfulness, expressed by the Concerns of the Household.
The Hero, having obtained Heights through climbing to the Hierarchy and Wholeness through navigating and embracing extremities, has earned a House to call their own. There is no guarantee of functionality or tranquility or longlasting stability, but these possibilities are in the cards.