People with Gate 52 Inaction have tremendous strength of endurance and concentration. The most important thing for them is to understand what to direct this endurance and focus on. It is important for them to feel useful and serve the community.
Inaction is the gift of these people. In peace and immobility, the understanding opens up to them – what to work on, what to correct and improve. At rest, they can see the whole picture and achieve ultimate concentration. Sometimes you just need to stop to concentrate.
This Gate carry the fuel of focus and concentration not only to the person himself, but also to his entire environment. The Idle Gate is the only gate in the entire map that generates passive tension. The pressure acts like a tranquilizer that helps them stay in one place without moving. Someone may perceive this trait of them as uncommunicativeness or isolation. When paired with Gate 9, the energy of Gate 52 can create powerful focus and concentration on specific work. Without the 9’s there is the potential for focusing, but without knowing where to focus this energy.
Lack of focus in these people can lead to stress, anxiety, fussiness, and depression. This is the so-called “Buddha” gate – the ability to bring the physical body and senses to a state of calm and to use energy in a concentrated way.
Non-action is calmness and stillness created to see the whole picture and achieve concentration. Sometimes we have to step back to really concentrate.
Their temporary and self-imposed inaction benefits the evaluation. The energy of their focus and direction keeps them moving steadily forward. They economically allocate resources and energy through restraint. Where attention deficit leads to stress, active energy leads to retreat. Where retreating leads to gaining benefits from concentration.
Temporary inaction on an independent initiative for the sake of a correct (accurate) assessment. ~ People who have tremendous strength of endurance, provided that they find the right outlet of energy, thanks to which they can be useful. These people feel a kind of closed pressure to stay in one place without moving. Sometimes this can be mistakenly perceived as lack of communication, isolation. Lack of focus in these people can lead to tension, anxiety, fussiness, and depression.
Inaction is the gift of these people. In peace and immobility, the understanding opens up to them – what to work on, what to correct and improve in the world. At rest, they can see the whole picture and achieve the utmost concentration on their work. Sometimes you just need to stop to concentrate.
This Gate carry the fuel of focus and concentration not only to the person himself, but also to his environment. The “Idle” gate is the only gate in the entire map that generates passive tension leading to a state of rest. The pressure acts like a tranquilizer that helps them stay motionless in one place. Someone may perceive this trait of them as lack of communication, isolation, laziness and inaction. When paired with Gate 9, the energy of the Gate 52 can create a powerful focus that they can maintain for a long time. Without Gate 9 Details, the Gate 52 may not have an understanding of what is worth focusing on, what will bring them satisfaction and peace.
Without a focus on a specific task, such people are prone to stress, anxiety, fussiness, and depression. In another way, this gate is called the gate of the “Buddha”. Their potential is to bring peace to the physical body and senses, to use their energy in a concentrated and purposeful way.
Failure of Gate 52 is about calmness and immobility. In this state, time seems to stop.
Their temporary inaction is beneficial to understanding the logic of things. Focus allows them to successfully and long-term progress in understanding their business. Restraint helps to economically and efficiently allocate their resources and energy. If they cannot focus, they tense up and stop, step back. Stopping leads to success through concentration.
These people have tremendous strength of endurance, if they have found the right thing for themselves, through which they can be useful to this world. They feel tension, which acts on them as a stop and allows them to freeze in one place for a long time without movement. Sometimes this can be mistakenly perceived as uncommunicative, withdrawn, passive and lazy. Lack of focus or inability to concentrate on something can lead them to anxiety, fussiness, stress, depression.
Gate 52 Inaction on the Map
Gate 52 Inaction is located in Root Center which is responsible for life adrenaline and pressure to do something. You can read interesting information about this Center here.
Gate 52 and Gate 9 together form Channel 52-9 Concentration. You can read interesting information about this Channel here.