Perhaps, depending upon the situation, we each can and do play either role.
A spirit teacher shares His understanding of timeless wisdom contained within
the symbolic structure of the 64 I Ching hexagrams, which expresses an endless
series of events and situations that each of us will necessarily experience
during our human lifetimes, until we have learned to become aware of our own
self-directed role in creating the illusion of permanence and of our seeming
resistance to accept what is, and to respond without unproductive emotional
or intellectual analysis. When milk is spilled, by whatever cause, we mop it up.
How does cause and effect or chicken and egg fit into such a philosophy of life?
I Ching hexagram 50 – The Cauldron, answers that question.
Then, please explain.
Fire is over Wind. Each are yin and each is receptive to the other, at least
in this situation.
The separate energies of Fire and Wind, in their extremes, can create destruction.
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