its relationship large (H). That filtered through
with other egos is because its a lower mental
and with the world at normal perceptions are body that is generally
clouded with forms. If we ourselves the
emotionally tainted become polarized in prisoners of a very
we can become „possessed‟ biases, and illusions.
and erroneous thought- 'h' of Hh we can find narrow perspective, and own fears, prejudices,
our fears and
wholeness that is based on truth and love. We are then able to communicate our knowledge and experience of the world (H) in a balanced and harmonious way through the medium of a purified and enlightened personality vehicle (h).
Father-Daughter). and demonstrates
illusory nature of her selfish desires and exaggerated personal needs. He teaches her to recognize her fear-based emotional dependencies (and insecurities). The personality aspect is urged by the Father principle to release itself from the prison of externally-based security, and learn instead to draw upon an inner source of strength and power (i.e. the Father principle within), and thereby gain true independence. The King provides a structural foundation within his kingdom to support the training of the Page.
The Father (Y), or monad, symbolizes the centre point of the circle of human consciousness while the Daughter (h), or human personality, represents the revolving circumference. When we direct our attention to a point on the rim of a revolving wheel we experience dizziness and a sense of instability, but if we train our eye upon the central hub we acquire a perfect sense of stability even in the midst of change.
Being aligned with the second term
a point on the
rim of achieve
of Yh means the wheel. stability
we In by
attaching form (h)
ourselves (like a hermit crab) such as home, family, tradition,
to an existing institution, etc.
But all external forms are in a state of flux,
(including our own personalities) and eventually we come to realize