When we have attuned our consciousness to the creative spirit principle (i.e. the 'jewel within the heart of the lotus') we naturally shift our focus from the second term
of a couplet to the first term to the love and will of our
(and vice versa) soul. When this
according stage is
reached the emphasis is on the inner spirit-soul principle (the first term), while the form aspect (the second term) is measured and creatively utilized in right relationship to spirit. At this stage we have become (to a large extent) freed from the unconscious influence of form-based evolutionary forces, and our lives are now governed by the subtle conscious-creative power that burns at the centre of
the zodiacal wheel.
Thus for the second term
purposes of general of a couplet is
interpretation, the main focus
consciousness it means we are largely influenced by the evolutionary forces inherent within the matter principle. Alternatively, if our approach to life is ruled by the first term it means we are significantly effected by the creative energy of the spirit-soul principle.
The Four Universal Principles
The twelve YHVH formulae are based on a dynamic relationship that exists between four principles called the
Mother, Son, and Daughter (or, the King, and Page in the Western esoteric tradition).
four fundamental principles can be explained as follows...
The Father principle (Y or y)
Father of a
spiritual the divine
expression of the 'will' aspect and is concerned with the fulfillment of divine purpose. In mundane human life this principle is usually experienced in an unconscious way—
often as oppressive,
powerful, external, or opposing, force.
manifestations of the Father principle are helping us become more conscious of its expression.
geared towards internalized