We are always phasing from one point to the next.
Time shifts from one second to the proximate second in increments so small they go unnoticed by the busy mind.
Much of our education says we go from one point to the next.
Put 1 and 1 together you get 2.
From point A we get to point B.
Use your intuitive imagination and consciously we all knowingly understand that “its about the journey, not the destination (dude;).”
The path from point A to point B is made up of A.aa, A.ab… A.ay, A.az, B, B.aa… and so on and so forth.
Even in between that A.aa and A.ab there are infinite values within values!
The musical scale has defined notes and between those notes, there is a multitude of microtones.
Between 11 o’clock and 12 o’clock we have minutes, those minutes are made up of seconds and there are nano bits of time between, fractaling further and further into smaller increments.
As Humans, we define our existence from event to the next event.
From point A, striving to reach point B, finally to end up at point C where we hope to find some kind of outcome that we can bond an emotion with which will then be stored in the memory banks and utilised at a future event.
On our daily grind, life can look a bit grey when we are only moving from event to event without noticing all the glory in the nano moments in between.
The truth is that there are no real points//events//episodes.
We are continuously sliding through a transition, evolving and shifting according to the environment around us.
We don’t go from stopped at the lights instantly to 6okm/hr.
We can’t learn a new thing without reading all the words in between.
We do not go from healthy to sick in a matter of seconds.
The Earth does not go from Summer to Winter in one fell swoop.
We are constantly in transition, with peaks and troughs intersecting the journey
We are constantly in transition with peaks and troughs intersecting the journey.
Seasonally we are considered to be in Winter which is related to the Water element.
From a TCM perspective, as of today we are phasing out of Winter and are into what is defined as the transitional period related to the Earth element.
We begin to notice the bouncing downwards and upwards of the temperature, like the ocean ebbing and rising with the tides, the seasons begin to shift as the Earth gradually changes its tilt and the environment alters accordingly.
We can feel Spring coming, it doesn’t suddenly dawn one day as Spring (as our calendar suggests).
We are always transitioning on that path//journey//way, it is on that path that we reach a climax, as we continue we reach another.
It is not the other way around, from peak to peak, the bit in the middle the arduous and annoying effort needed to get from this place to the next.
Transition is a natural progression.
Quiet the mind, then you’ll begin to notice the magic happening, tiny increment by tiny increment.