Violet Heart 25 AM (October 25 AM)
The Outside Zone of Yung at the Collective Coalescing Quadrants of the 8th-Person Perspective
The Yung Master at the Seat of Actualization at The Throne of Human at the Letter of Wholeness
hand: (1) the end part of a person’s arm beyond the wrist; (2) palm, fist; (3) something resembling a hand in form or position, (4) pick (something) up and give to (someone); (5) used in reference to the power to direct something.
On the morning of Violet 25, the Hero assumes a pivotal but ancillary role in the exercise of power. No longer the lone savior, the Hero comes to the Hand. This could refer to the power to direct affairs, given by the authority; or this could refer to esteem and applause by the people; this could refer to gifts handed down in honor of the Hero’s achievements.
It may be said of the Hero that they look Handsome by virtue of their achievement; of a man, this means good-looking, and of an achievement or amount, it means substantial.
At this point in the Hero’s Journey, the point is not to save or heal, but to Handle the situation as it arises in the moment. There could be five elements to the task to be Handled, just as there are five fingers on the Hand.
Being the Hand of Wholeness, one is faced with the responsibility at the Seat of Actualization to perform a role at this time that extends the Healing of the previous situation to new places, even one as small as a Hamlet.
There is the possibility at this station to be caught in Hamlet’s indecision or melancholy. The Hero has returned from performing great deeds; he or she is put to work, but something is lacking.
Something is likely to get in the way, or Hamper, the task. Hampering is the Yang to the Yin of Handling for the Yung Master. To overcome the Hampering, take it in the Hand like a Hammer. Wield it to Hang onto, or to Hang something on a Hamulus.
This station is the Yung to the Yang of Thanatos in the Month of the Red Jewel in the Season of Yang and the Yung to the Yin of Kalendar in the Month of the White Horse in the Season of Yin. Thus, the Hampering represents the frustrations resulting from both death and time itself; as well, the Hand represents the possibility of overcoming such mortal limitations by way of virtuous action and the right exercise of power.
A Handsome Hero with a Hammer in their Hand: Wholeness is so Actualized at this station, appearing Humble, more Human than Heroic.