It's All In The Balance
Part Two: The psycho-emotional-energetics of your physical anatomy. All parts of your human body have truly practical reasons for existing beyond their obvious and physical functions. The knees are by far the most illogical joint in all of the human anatomy . . . "Two balls resting on top of each other with a few rubber bands holding it all together around some padding" . . . truly a balancing act . . . like a cairn. Your knees sit between the thighs and the lower legs . . . the reasons for this structure and positioning is practical. Balance is a fact of the Universe . . . there's never any learning in how to balance -- even riding a bicycle is not something you learn. Balance is something that you acknowledge and ultimately accept. This is why they say, "Once you learn to ride, you never forget." This is because you never learned . . . you accepted the balance. The Universe is balanced and your balance within it is to align with this balance . . . to accept it. This is the purpose of your knees -- you can only use them to stand when you're balanced. Since they have been placed between your thighs and your lower legs -- and your lower legs are your standards and principles -- they are the balance between your thighs and your standards/principles. Your left thigh represents your intentions, and your right thigh represents your motivations. Your knees are the balance between your intentions, motivations, and standards . . . when all of this is aligned, the illogical nature of your knees works perfectly for all your life.
Our prayer is that you work with balancing your life by using balance in your life; spend some time each day balancing on one leg and then on the other -- this will align the focus and emphasis between your intentions, motivations, and your standards. Allow this balance in your world, to affect the balance in the world around you; this is the root nature and cause of manifestation . . . you manifest your 'intentions' through your 'motivation' while living by your 'principles' and 'standards'. It's all in the balance.