𝍑𝌃 Silver Stars 17 AM (November 27 AM) – “Aaʃrəmə” (Jai’ai)
The Inside Zone of Yung at the Collective Objective Quadrant of the 9th-Person Perspective
The Yung Master at the Seat of Interiority at The Throne of Light at the Letter of Lightening
Origin (Sanskrit) Aaʃrəmə आश्रम: a place where effort is made; a hermitage
What does the interiority of Light look like? According to The Kalendar, the Seat of Interiority at the Throne of Light began with the Yang of Liberty, to which the Yin of Liquidity responded. If Liberty is a state of absolute freedom and Liquidity a lesser state of freedom, then it may be surprising to discover that these two words combine into the Yung of Limitations or Ashram. The Ashram, often located far from cities and villages, provides a safe place for prayer, meditation, physical exercise, and yoga. In The Ramayana, a pilgrimage to the Ashram was intended for instruction in the art of defense and war.
Like a drunk hungover from too much Liquor, the Lovers at Silver Stars 17 AM are ready for Limits. The hermitage or monastery or spiritual retreat is the ideal location for someone drunk on too much Liberty. The words at this station include Limit, Limitations, Liminal, Limber, Limbo, Limp, Lingual, Linguistics, Linear, Lint, and Lilt. The words Liminal and Limbo are particularly important to stress, for they highlight the fact that the Limits of this station are not intended to be permanent. They are an intermediate station, a period of uncertainty or lesson-learning. As well, words related to Linguistics here convey the need to use and study Language and respecting its Limits, accepting in the process the ability for language to Lie, distorting Absolute values and truths.
It may be time for the Lovers to leave the Ashram and continue to the next station when a Lilt appears in the late morning. The Ashram seems to be a place for finding one’s own pleasant Lilting accent, one’s unique characteristics that give the voice a gentle quality of rising and falling in harmony with others, yet remaining distinct in the process. The trumpet-shaped Lily flower may appear at the right time.
In the Third Column, Ashram or Lilt is the Yung which brings together the Till of Yang with the Chill of Yin. An Ashram is a place of waiting ‘Til or for Tilling the land for crops, literally or metaphorically. It may also be a place of “chilling out”, a Liminal abode for letting Muscles go Limp.
The Third Tier gave us the Yang of Nimble with the Yin of a Hill or Hindrance. The Yung of Limber reveals the suppleness and flexibility possible in social relations with this station. Getting Limber means warming-up as opposed to chilling-out. Limitations are accepted gracefully as a warm-up or preparation for leaving the commune.
𝍑𝌁 Silver Stars 17 PM (November 27 PM) – “Laɪn” (Jai’ai)
The Unified Zones of Yang at the Collective Objective Quadrant of the 9th-Person Perspective
The Yang Master at the Seat of Goodness at The Throne of Light at the Letter of Lightening
Origin (English) line: a long, narrow mark or band; a continuous extent of length; a boundary; a queue; a connection (for telephone).
The afternoon of Silver Stars 17 begins with the arrival of Greenwich, England, Land of the Limeys, on the Atlas of Uvoha (a companion to The Kalendar), the site of Longitude Zero. It is also the site for the word Line in Lingua-U.
The multifaceted meanings of Lime greet us in the early afternoon: a rounded green citrus fruit; a bright green color; a white caustic alkaline substance obtained from heating limestone. These various meanings connote a sense of tartness and caustic feeling arising in the hours after leaving the Ashram. As the Yung which combines the Yang of Liveliness with the Yin of Liberty, the Lime is refreshing and tart… until you get to the point of crossing the Line.
The appearance of Line at this station suggests not only the physical collective embodiment of Light (which appears as Lines or Rays), but the point in the evolution of the Lovers’ relationship which is the crossing of a boundary. After this point, the Lovers could part each other or grow closer together. Much will depend on whether they seek to return to safety – a return to Limitations – or are ready to proceed into uncertain territory.
In the Third Column, the Yang of Time connects to the Yin of Chime or China, forming the Yung of Line. These three stations depict visually the nature of Time itself: an arrow-like Line which reverberates with the vibrations of a Chiming bell.
The Third Tier began with the Yang of Nine or Nʊtaarɪməs (from the Lithuanian word for Decision or Resolution) and the Yin of the Hood or Haɪm (from the Hebrew word for Life). These words suggest a societal arrangement for Life itself into neighborhoods or zones which resolve tensions previously unresolved at earlier levels of societal evolution. Essentially, the Lovers are arriving at a Decision now regarding where and how to Live; they are plotting a Life together and designing a new course together beyond previously-known Liberties and Limitations. Using an analogy from mathematics, they were once two solitary points; but they are now a single Line.
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