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‘The Grail Myth!’ is useful for everyone. We start out on our adventure of life, as young `knights,´ like Percivale, we go forth and fail our way to success.
At first, discovering ‘the Grail Castle,’ we are allowed in, then thrown out of as making an unconscious mistake! Then ‘wandering’ in the abyss, staggering about, dueling with windmills, saving damsels when they didn’t need it. Such is the folly of youth, of unknowing. But, after ‘cranking in the rain’ for years, having suffered the ‘slings and arrows of outrageous fortune,’ there it is again, ‘The Grail Castle.’ Because Percivale (us) is older and riding a different horse they don’t recognize our knight (us), thus he (we) is (are) allowed back inside.
This time, however, he (we) do/es not fail to humble himself before his host, sensitive to the fact the King (Amfortas) is suffering (as we have ourselves). ‘What ails thee, uncle?’ Compassion is magic in a few words, ‘What ails thee, Uncle?’ Courtesy is shown. Redemption can be as simple!
Our own lives sometimes a bit like this, our unknight-like behavior all too evident to others, dimmed in our eyes. It all has to do with consciousness.
But, getting ‘thrown out of the Grail Castle,’ is a necessary step in life, a major ‘plot point,’ as it ‘hooks into the narrative (your story), and spins it around in a different direction.’ Life. In the process, the ‘cup is filled!’ The jewel is in the lotus flower.
The key has opened the door!