Destiny is not necessarily Doom

We each travel through life experiences without ever not being life, itself.

I Ching as a Way to Enlightenment

A spirit teacher shares His understanding of timeless wisdom

contained within the I Ching Hexagram 57 – Wind.

Wind develops out of Travel (56) and moves into Pleasing (58).

as we travel through live experiences we must learn to adapt to

change. the winds of change continuously move through our lives,

seemingly with a will of their own.

We each are responsible for choices we make along the way,

without being completely in control of where, when, and how each

situation in this material life began, or where, when, and how our

experiences will move us into worlds of more expanded potential,

the worlds of spirit.

It sounds like the voice of doom.

Not necessarily doom, but necessarily destiny.

How can it be destiny? It sounds more like a mystery.

Yes. The so-called mystery is that we each travel through life

without ever not being life itself..

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