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As could be expected from my own D3S- curve theory- as derived during my professional career as president of various companies active in widely varying markets, halfway my expected thime of life I got my own midlife crises… discovering the classic Chinese canon “I Ching” going back five millennia, usually translated as “the Book of Changes“, just what I have done all my life. Its introduction learned “how this book could only be understoodafter gaining enough experience,  showing also that the rest of your life would be too short to enjoy its content”...
Collecting them in all possible editions, as well as the “Tao the Ching” of Lao Tse gave me insight in its divining possibilities, the activity of “long term planning as looking into the future being one of my interests. Applying the rites of the I Ching did indeed bring predicted outcomes which took away my profound skepticism, discovering how these rituals are just a method “to get in contact with your sub-consciousness” in a far more efficient way than meditation or even analysing dreams… Acknowledged to be absolutely reliable messages from yourself to yourself, understanding why dreams do have little possibilities to get the messages through, although “recurring dreams were slowly showing me that “something is seriously wrong and needs to be adapted or cured“… So I learned that even very clear dreams can’t be remembered next morning, so it is a must “to get up and make notes on paper and put them into my computer, reading previous dreams as well, being confronted with similar content which slowly was guiding me to accept being a workaholic in need of new goals in the future, being non-materialistic …
The  I Ching telling me “that I could pass the great river” and “that I would be strong enough to overcome the strength of the stream,  even when I had to go in opposite direction, against the flow”… a confirmation of my professional career.

Apparently, my purpose in life, using my experience to make new starts with nothing, relying on own thinking, finally recognized as the unifying two-oneness of a daily practice of an overruling theory…