The Dragon's journey through the Abysses


The Dragon in the Abysses of the Penumbras

The external confusion reflects itself empowering the same. He is like a sleepwalker in a ghostly fog falling in the depths, thinking he is accompanied when he is actually alone. What is real mixes with what is not real in the mind and heart. When the Wanderer is dragged by the energy of chaos, he can infect the Earth with this condition, but only for an instance.

It is not a lasting state, although he finds himself prisoner of hallucinations, time looses all meaning. Under these circumstances, the impossibility to act, represented by the Abysses, is also protection for the Wanderer.

Keys: : One should ask if all is clean internally, if it is the right time to act and if those exterior obstacles aren't actually protection from the consequences of
his staggering. I Ching's Glossary Hexagrams