The Unified Zones of Yang at the Collective Objective Quadrant of the 8th-Person Perspective
The Yang Master at the Seat of Goodness at The Throne of Hierarchy at the Letter of Wholeness
hood: a covering for the head and neck with an opening for the face; a thing resembling a hood in shape or use
The Hero’s Journey continues… Having glimpsed the Hierarchy on the morning of Violet Heart 17, the Hero began to see Himself more clearly in the afternoon (not yet seeing Herself as Her). He took Hints to understand the dilemmas he faces and overcame Hindrances. These were modest difficulties, more like Hills than mountains. But in meeting his challenges, he became transformed, roughened and toughened. He may even be a little bit scary-looking.
As Violet Heart 18 begins, the word Haim, meaning Life in Hebrew, fits better than any other. Kabbalists say that the word Haim helps to keep a person healthy.
Also on the morning of Violet Heart 18: Haima, meaning Pancreas in Finnish. The Pancreas is the abdominal organ which converts food into fuel for the body’s cells. It helps in digesting food and in regulating blood sugar. Located on the upper left of the stomach, it is shaped like a pear or flat fish. The Pancreas secretes insulin. Essential for life in a wide variety of vertibrates, a healthy Haima plays an important part in health.
The Pancreas has a sort of Hood, the Duodenum, which connects the neck of the Pancreas to the stomach.
The Hood is a covering garment for the head and neck. It provides protection and support while revealing the face (if desired).
At Violet Heart 18, the Hood merges the inside zone of Yang (Hidden) with the outside zone (The Hive). The collective objective view of the Real isn’t quite so well Hidden now. Its face is visible through the Hood. The word “hood” is a synonym for “neighborhood”, which refers to the collective objective reality.
The Hood, like Haim, refers to the living processes and what is necessary to ensure their health. It helps to supply and regulate energy for all, supporting the ongoing processes related to well-being.
The Hero wears many guises in his Journey. On the morning of Violet Heart 18, he wears a Hood to support a well-regulated and energized collective body.
(While the word “hood” can also refer to a gangster or violent criminal — “hoodlum” — this is a distortion of its more healthful meaning. The Hood is not a place to Slumber, but for awareness of surroundings; not for sudden Lunges or greedy Lusts which can make a Hoodlum.)
In the afternoon, he dons a Hook. He must attach or catch; but he cannot yet be fully seen.