𝍐𝌁 Silver Stars 13 AM (November 23 AM) – “Rumɪneɪtiŋ”
The Unified Zones of Yang at the Individual Coalescing Quadrants of the 9th-Person Perspective
The Yang Master at the Seat of Consciousness at The Throne of Atman at the Letter of Realization
Origin (English) ruminating: reflecting deeply or repeatedly about something; (psychology) focusing attention on the symptoms of one’s problem; (of a ruminant) chew the cud.
Yang is seen in both inside and outside zones of the Individual Quadrants from Silver Stars 13 AM, the station associated with Rooms and Ruminating. The Room adds further definition to the House, enclosing distinguishable spaces and allowing for a complex configuration of interior spaces. Similarly, the Uni-Mind contains many Rooms or compartments in which matters can be reflected upon, over and over. The word for doing so is Ruminating, an analogy based on the digestive system of ruminating mammals. At this station, the Reformer’s work may be done, even as they consider the outcome of their reforms in detail.
The digestive system of certain mammals allows them to take in nourishment from plants through a specialized stomach called a Rumen. The Rumen ferments the plant materials into a cud, a partly digested food which is regurgitated back into the mouth for further chewing. Chewing over and over again is the way of ruminant animals as well as deep thinkers who return to the same topics repeatedly before making a final determination.
The word Rune also appears at this station, referencing an ancient Germanic alphabet or any mark or letter of magical importance. Rune derives from the Old English word for secret or mystery, or the Gothic word for whisper or secret. Inscriptions in Runes have been said to have magical properties and their presence on objects may indicate the presence of a charm.
Additional words found at this station are Rob (To Steal), Rod (A Thin Straight Bar), or Rotten (Suffering From Decay). Rotten at Silver Stars 13 repeats the theme of the state of readiness for digestion of Ripening at Silver Stars 1. The Letter of Realization began with Ripe fruit, but some 13 days later, the food is now Rotten, decomposing. Rotten is also an Australian slang word for “drunk”.
In the Third Column, Ruminating is the Yung which brings together the Yang of Dreaming and the Yin of the Exotic. That which appears in a Dream may possess secret or mysterious properties. That which is not Exotic, or an object of curiosity, to the mind needs no further reflection.
The Third Tier began with the Yang of the Moon and the Yin of Water, currently combined in the present mental state of Ruminating. The mind changes in appearance like the figures of the Moon and may be beset with turbulence and depths like a deep pool of Water. This is the Reformer at their most reflective. Within the Element of Stars, Ruminating is the Yang which will react with the Yin of Lots to generate the Yung of the Uni-Mind itself.
𝍐𝌄 Silver Stars 13 PM (November 23 PM) – “Raajə”
The Unified Zones of Yin at the Individual Coalescing Quadrants of the 9th-Person Perspective
The Yin Master at the Seat of Consciousness at The Throne of Atman at the Letter of Realization
Origin (Sanskrit): राजन् rājan: the title for a princely ruler (Southeast Asia).
In the afternoon of the Silver Stars 13, the Reformer ascends to the ultimate seat of power, the Raja. From this position, they must straighten out affairs and give order to the Realm. In India, the title of Raja may be interchanged with Maharaja, which means “great king”. Related words include Rajadharma, the spiritual teachings which uphold and support the practice of rulership; also, Raja-Yoga, or “best yoga”, which is considered the realization of the ultimate goal of yoga.
The word Rock, the solid mineral material forming part of the surface of the Earth, also appears at this station. Rock is used in metaphors to refer to someone or something that is extremely strong, reliable, or hard. At this station, the Reformer must learn how to provide stability and support, not change and transformation.
In the Third Column, Raja is the Yung which brings together the Yang of Doctor with the Yin of Exhaustion. Like a Doctor, the Raja must repair or treat conditions which impact well-being. Whereas the Doctor treats an individual patient, the Raja must attend to the welfare of the entire Realm. The appearance of both the words Raja and Autocracy at the Throne of Atman suggest a sort of unlimited power or freedom for one who recognizes the True Self, a condition which is not restricted to a single individual person but a Power available to all who share the Realization.
The Third Tier marries the Yang of Moxie or Muhammad with the Yin of Wakan-Tanka (Great Spirit) at this station, providing us with an image of the Raja as a bold and inspired prophet capable of serving not merely the Realm, but All-That-Is, Spirit in its utter totality in all worlds in every dimension.
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