Day of 1 Yellow Magnetic Seed
Tone 1 (Magnetic): creative power to Unify Purpose, action of Attraction
Yellow Seed (KAN): Targets and emphasizes Flowering (Ideas)
There are many types of love and many points along the spectrum of love. Yet, in our modern societies, we tend to fixate on only a few expressions of what love is; those being national, parental, familial, communal, friendly, romantic and personal love/loving.
But what do we know about love itself? Not simply through experience or conversation, but of its origin; as a concept, as a word, as a thing.
The concept popularly known as Love is attached to the word. The primary definition of the word love begins, "an intense feeling of deep affection," then goes on to, "a person or thing that one loves," before finishing off at, "feel a deep romantic or sexual attachment to (someone)."
The sense of this word finds its origins in this way:
From Old English lufu, of Germanic origin; from an Indo-European root shared by Sanskrit lubhyati 'desires,' Latin libet 'it is pleasing,' libido 'desire.'
So from knowing this, we understand that the most popular love - romantic love - is derived from a sense of desire, being pleased and feeling something. It begins as a noun, something more personal, but can also find expression as a verb. In regards to someone or something, desiring them/it, pleasing them/it - these are acts of loving (yourself and - when consensual - others).
From here on out, we will call this aforementioned type of loving "High Love;" as in higher along the spectrum of love, as in more difficult to achieve and maintain, as in it can make you feel high and as in romantic love.
High Love is not the love of parents-to-children, or children-to-parents (ideally); nor is it the love of family members (though it co-creates parents, families and children). That being said, High Love does feature prominently in communal, friendly and nationalistic love.
Community, friends and nations are clusters of concepts that overlay to assist an individual in feeling like/knowing that they belong or do not belong. Such groups shape early desires and early concepts of what is pleasing.