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Receptive, Marlow Brooks


Character for hexogram #2 of the I-Ching. "The Way-Power Classic says: The Valley Spirit never dies. It is named Dark Animal Goddess. The door of the Dark Animal Goddes is called the Root of Heaven and Earth. Like an endless thread she endures, you can call upon her easily. He who has found this mother, understands he is a child. When he understands he is her child and clings to her, he will be without danger when the body dies." (Total I Ching: Myths for Change, by Stephen Karcher)


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YiTalisman for Healing the BrainPlayLove
Beautiful Woman
Heaven's Rain
Works on StoneWorks on StoneWorks on StoneWorks on StoneWorks on StoneWorks on StoneDragons BreathSeeking But Not Finding the Recluse
Thunder TalismanDragon Green MountainGreen MountainHorseDragon
Wormhole Writing


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