The Woman's journey through the Abysses


The Woman in the Abysses of the Penumbras

Somnolence. Immobile, illusion takes over the mind.
The troubled vision of the facts is worse than none at all.
The night's phantoms do not affect he who is in deep sleep, but are more powerful than reality when inter mixed in dreams.
When one is weak is when illusions are most dangerous. Phantoms, as nature's predators, look for weak victims.
Be very careful of this.
In every false hope there is some truth: the fact, the hope is forged reality, but the presence of hope is always dangerous. For that reason, the Woman's attitude to abstain from all action is correct in this context since the vision of the obstacles is true and false at the same time.

Keys: extreme attention, do not be trustful, wait until you are completely sure, discern with complete composure true from false. I Ching's Glossary Hexagrams