The Inside Zone of Yang at the Individual Subjective Quadrant of the 8th-Person Perspective
The Yang Master at the Seat of Concern at The Throne of World at the Letter of Watching
Wəbaataan (Wəbatan in Adyghe): To Break, Destroy, Shatter
In the morning of Violet Heart 7, Wellness finds a home in the Kalendar, a place for contacting the deep resources of the world for healing and replenishment, fueling creative and spiritual activity. But in the evening, there is a bold shift…
The 8th-person perspective enfolds seven prior experiences: the breaking of the Black Stone, the fracturing of the Red Jewel, the tearing of the Brown Sword, the shattering of the Golden Egg, the crumbling of the White Horse, the explosion of the Green Bowl, and the mutiny of the Blue Castle.
The Wisdom upended the conventional thinking. The status quo was shattered. The Seat of Concern responds to the Seat of Interiority, Yang to Yang in the Letter of Watching.
The Spiritual Warrior took the Weapon and used it to face his fears or conquer a dastardly foe. The Seat of Concern responds to the Seat of Structure, Yang to Yang in the Letter of Watching.
The Waiting is over. Stillness is superseded. The Seat of Concern responds to the Seat of Basis, Yang to Yang in the Letter of Watching.
The Wood is splintered. It may now have more uses.
The sounds and letters of ancient speech are enfolded into a new configuration of power. The generative energy of the Matrika (Sanskrit for Letters, Little Mothers) is no more. Change unfolds by way of a link between the Yin-Yang at the Throne of Meaning in the Letter of Meta-Mind to the parallel Yin-Yang at the Throne of World at the Letter of Watching.
These are the movements of Wəbaataan, meaning: “to break”, at the evening of Violet Heart 7.
The power of the concentrated mind is often manifest in martial arts through a seemingly miraculous demonstration of breaking solid objects.
The Wəbaataan contains the potential for upending what isn’t Working in favor of something that Works. For the Archetype of the Warrior, this is a sacred duty, not an act of wanton or cruel destruction.
The Violet Heart breaks: the suffering of the World is Heart-rending.
D.H. Lawrence said, “For my part, I prefer my heart to be broken. It is so lovely, dawn-kaleidoscopic within the crack.”