As the first creational energy, the Earth element signifies the pure capacity of existing available resources of a world, a planet, a person, a tree or a garden. It solely shows how much malleable raw material is at the disposal for individual creation without any assessment regarding the type or quality of this mass. The Earth element is only completely accessible to a person whenever the completion-principles, Beauty and Wisdom are in balance. When this has happened, a person recognizes his own creative power and begins to see and utilize the resources within themself. The person stops seeking at the outside.
As the second creational energy, the Water element signifies the meaningful application and the responsible use of the resources available to us. How and in which manner is the existent potential utilized. Are the available resources wasted or made to grow and blossom. The Water element is only completely accessible to a person whenever the completion-principles, Abundance and Freedom are in balance. When this has happened the person begins to cultivate her own existent values, to enhance and to distribute them fearlessly, because she has found her Peace. She stops striving for more at the outside.
As the third creational energy, the Fire element signifies the ability to recognize how the individual elements can connect with one another or how existent connections are may be changed so that something new may arise out of it. It also signifies the ability to recognize how existing connections may be destroyed. The Fire element is only completely accessible to a person whenever the completion-principles, Trust and Joy are in balance. When this has happened a portal to the highest creational will is opens within a person, which gives her the self-confidence and joy of life to build and retain a new harmonious world. A person loses his desire for violent change or destruction.
As the fourth creational energy, the Air element signifies the manner and way in which the three elements of Earth, Water and Fire relate to each other. Air is the element that decides about the constructiveness or destructiveness of the entire world. It is the deciding element, which determines the meaning or the purpose of a creation. The Air element is only completely accessible to a person when the completion-principles, Light and Love are in balance. When this has happened the Earth, Water and Fire combine and a person attains access to the highest consciousness of her experienced world. The person then begins to truly experience his life as a game of awareness. This person’s life is full of new possibilities on all levels of being.
The fifth element, Life is the quintessence out of the interaction of the four other elements and signifies the individual perceived reality of a person. It decides upon how the individual consciousness of a person experiences reality from moment to moment. As long as all four elements are not in balance, the consciousness is engaged in a constant transition and doesn’t seem to be comprehensible or steerable even less be complete. The fifth element is always realized in a person, no matter which stage of development the human consciousness stands at. A person always perceives his Life as the absolute reality no matter what life circumstance he is in. However, Life may only be fully experienced whenever the other four elements have been realized and a person has recognized his life as a game of awareness through self-experience.