What is the relationship between stasis, supplication, change and chaos?
A static system, discontent with its position, turns to an outside source
of power in order to create change.
Maintaining the position, “it should be like this,” uses the power of the
animus to hold the situation in place. Supplicating for change in the face
of resisting what is, causes tension. Tension can lead to hypertension and
general breakdown in health systems.
Dishes won’t get done by supplicating them clean.