Jul. 7th, 2004

Hay yua

Jul. 7th, 2004 05:19 pm
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Your word of power this week is yua. It's a term the Yupiit people of Alaska use for the spirit that inhabits all things, both animate and inanimate. A rock, for instance, has as much yua as a caribou, spruce tree, or human being, and therefore merits the same measure of compassion. If a Yupiit goes out for a hike and spies a chunk of wood lying on a frozen river bank, she might pick it up and put it in a new position, allowing its previously hidden side to get fresh air and sun. In this way, she would bestow a blessing on the wood's yua. Try living your life like this in the coming days, Taurus: as if absolutely everything is alive, has a soul, and deserves your loving kindness.
Taurus

um... OK. Being more familiar with Chinese philosophy, I interpret this as being akin to chi. How that applies to my daily life, I will have to see.
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If I had not reached my limit already, I would just add most of these, although many are just synonyms for things I already have listed.

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