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PostSubject: Dharma: Thousand Whispers, Mask and Jade   Thu Sep 09, 2010 2:25 pm

Thousand Whispers
Observe the humble centipede. Unlike the cricket, he does not jump; unlike the wasp, he cannot fly. Instead, he trundles along on 100 legs, each connected to a segment of his body. Each segment moves harmoniously, yet contains its own set of legs, its own shell and, some say, its own heart. Xue noted the harmony of the centipede; by its example, he was enlightened.

The Hollow Reed praises moderation; while the other paths describe themselves as storms or fires, the Reed speaks of emptiness given form. The sutra’s title comes from the Dharmic ideal: to be like the reed, fed by water but filled with nothing, rooted in the ground but reaching to the sky. The Way’s name comes from its practice of living multiple lives to gain multiple insights. To maintain balance, the so-called “Rootless Trees” walk a thousand roads, each under a different name. It’s a long path to enlightenment, but then, vampires have nothing but time.



The whispers do not believe that the Sixth Age is the end of creation. To them, it’s a ritual death, one of many. Like the reeds rising from a riverbed, the Rootless Ones trust that when the storm ends, their flexibility will carry them through. Other Dharmas will not survive. The cricket is drowned. The wasp is blown away. The centipede remains unharmed. The hollow reed still stands.



This path’s disciples love riddles and couch everything in symbolism. Some vampires claim that the Thousand Whispers write sutras for each blade of grass, and, while that’s an overstatement, it captures the Way’s perspective. These Kuei-jin love to look at old things through new eyes, and do so literally at every opportunity. Talented shapechanges, the Rootless Trees shift gender, alliance, lifestyle and temperament with bewildering speed. Each change, claim the sages, teaches a Whisper a little more.



The Whispering Way is the rarest of Dharmas, and with good reason: It’s the hardest to maintain. Kuei-jin are neither balanced nor temperate. To offset their destructive natures, Whispers cultivate the Broken Mask technique—a multiple-personality path to enlightenment. While most people cling to their identities, the Rootless Trees take on different personas, then kill them off when all lessons appear to have been learned. Since most lives tend to be full-time affairs, many vampires take on one or two personas at once, then stage tragic deaths and enter new roles. Immortal as they are, the Whispers can experience the full range of human perspective and thus rise above any single view.



Naturally, such insight takes time. In the early stages of the path, a Whisper is pretty much like any other Running Monkey. Her elders scold her and offer koans that demand a wider view. As she moves through many lives, the vampire’s vision broadens. In time she becomes like a fine jade carving—precious in the rough, but smoothed into exquisite form by the sculptor’s steady hands. The key to the path is to be both sculptor and jade, to craft yourself into a work of art.



Training: To follow the Whispering Way, a Kuei-jin must continually die and be reborn. Every few years, she suffers a ritual “death,” is buried and returns as a new person. During her burial, the vampire enters a long trance, during which she meditates on the lessons of her past life. Certain powerful Whispers project their soul into the spirit worlds while the body sleeps. The Kuei-jin’s body remains in stasis, guarded by mortal friends or other Whispers. The former are usually devoured when the vampire returns from her travels; the latter salute her and walk away as she emerges from the tombs. Each time she “dies,” the Kuei-jin severs all ties to her past life; in time, she walks away from her wu and court as well.
In their breathing days, most Whispers were either fanatics for one cause or scattered among many. Neither path allowed them to learn their karmic lessons. When the training begins, sifus ask impossible questions, then send their pupils out to seek the answers. Disciples are given three new identities by their masters, and these identities are as different as possible. All the necessary skills are passed on through early training, along with funds, sutras, meditations and Kuei-jin manners. When those three lives end, the disciple is on her own.



Weaknesses: Moderation is hellishly hard to practice, especially if you’re a vampire. Despite the meditations and Broken Mask technique, the four-way pull between Yin, Yang, Hun and P’o yanks many Rootless Trees from their paths. To hold true to their Way, many Whispers look to the earth. That earth appears solit, yet it melts away as mud, swirls into sandstorms and hardens into rock. Sometimes, it splits open and swallows its surroundings. It never simply lies still.



To be truly balanced, one must occasionally go to extremes. To avoid attachments, Whispers destroy things and people they love too much. These betrayals gave rise to the Dharma’s other name—the Way of the Wise Centipede, a sarcastic comment on the Arhat’s inspiration. Other vampires distrust the followers of Balance; who knows when your friend might suddenly turn on you?



Affiliations: Earth, the color white, the number 0 and the center point direction.
Auspicious Omens and Symbols: Jade masks, caves, centipedes, tunnel complexes, boulders carved into human shapes.



Tenets

1. Live 1,000 lifetimes, each one different from the last.
2. Learn what you can from each life.
3. Change as much as possible between breaths.
4. If you grow too close to something, kill it. It will only hinder you.
5. Turn your back on each life as you leave it.
6. Give when generosity is needed; take when theft is required.
7. Pry open the eyes of the sightless and make the mute defend their wordless state. All beings must confront their choices, so question them as you pass.
8. When something appears to be out of balance, correct it. If you cannot, destroy it.


What am I?
When you think about the actual philosophy of the Thousand Whispers, it is hard for some to grasp, especially those fresh from the grave. During the Fire and Water tests, the decision of which Dharma the newly risen will take is still unknown. The Mandarins and teachers look at the stock <> and choose those that should follow their Dharma, but the choice is always that of the student, not the teacher.



So, what would make someone take up this Dharma more than any other? When you think about it, the others are much easier to follow (if you can say any of them are really “easy”). The Song of the Shadow calls forth with its Quiet Song to those who are very introspective and morbid. The Dance of the Thrashing is taken up by those exactly the opposite, as they delve into huge amounts of sex, drugs and life itself. The Way of the Resplendent Crane is for those who enjoy the control of the masses and being the judge, excelling in morality and law. While the Howl of the Devil-Tiger and their intense hatred and anger are the keys to opening the doors to becoming a devil.



The Rootless Trees, however, must be none of these and all of these are the same time. They are creatures of balance, being hot tempered one minute and apathetic the next. They live in a world of extremes, riding the edge of each Dharma but not getting sucked into any of them. They must return to balance; it is where their knowledge lies.



This, of course, can be a hard thing to stay on top of. A particular Kuei-jin might like one extreme more than another (one of the main reasons for the huge amount of defectors from this Dharma to the others). More on this in the Directions section.



A Glimpse of What Could Be
So, how do the Thousand Whispers gain enlightenment if they follow no one set path? The answer is that they take on the life of a mortal, learning lessons taken for granted by most humans. This is their way.



How do they gain enlightenment by pretending to be human? This would be where the distinction happens. They do not pretend to be human. By taking on the life of a human, they are now that person. They acquire friends, family, lovers, etc. the same as any other mortal, except that they learn from their life, while the rest of humanity toil away in ignorance. Specific rites were created to aid them, as well, letting them change their spiritual name to that of their life and also ways to change their appearance, voice, and even their sex.



Also, this lesson that they seek in each life is not one they actively search for. Shit happens. Life happens. The Rootless Tree journeys through this life, waiting for that spark of enlightenment. If they jump the gun or try to force this experience, it simply will not happen (a reason why patience is a virtue to this Dharma).



What kind of lessons do they learn? Sadly, this can range quite a lot, depending on the Kuei-jin, as this is the most personal Dharma of them all. A lesson for a Running Monkey might be to just learn patience, a lesson on how to end a relationship or how to keep a job. Any kind of intercommunicative lessons are always good. What needs to be understood, is that the Thousand Whispers is playing out not only the lives that are given to him by his sensei (which they most often are), but also the lives that he wished he could have had.



The life of a struggling actor might yield a lesson of patience, poverty, hunger, begging, faith or any other number of things. Then they will abandon this life in favor of another and repeat the process, learning a different lesson. An important note for STs: they can never learn the same lesson twice. If they learn and squander, that’s their fault.



The Importance of the Shadow Life
At the same time that the Kuei-jin must literally become the life they lead, it is also important for them to remember what they really are. This is another point that is hard for followers of the path. They are this person, yet they are someone completely different as well. Their existence as a Kuei-jin is referred to as their Shadow Life. It is important for the Thousand Whispers to live both lives to the fullest, another example of moderation and balance. He must not get too swept up in any one life, even his true one. This is one of the reasons they are regarded as crazy by followers of the other Dharmas. What type of Shadow Life they lead has much to do with their Directions.



The Dark Jade Lover
This name is synonymous with death itself. The Dark Jade Lover is the representation of the Rootless Tree’s removal of a certain mask and the death (symbolic or real) of their former life. The Second Breath is their first Kiss from the Dark Jade Lover and those followers continue to live life after life, coming back to her for more and more until they may leave this existence and regain their status in the Wheel of Ages.



First, how do you end a life? The obvious way to end a life would be to just walk away from it. But, that rarely works, especially after the Kuei-jin has gained lovers and friends whose ties are just as strong as any family’s. In most cases, the Kuei-jin must make a symbolic and real cut from his life, by taking the life of one of his closest “relatives.” This is called the Ritual of a Thousand Cuts. They must sever every link to that life, selling off all possessions, breaking up relationships, even killing those who are very persistent.



After that is completed, which can take up to a year by itself (once again with timing and patience), the Thousand Whispers embraces the Dark Jade Lover. At lower Dharma levels, he simply lays dormant (similar to Torpor) for several days to reflect on the lessons of the last life. At higher levels (and higher risk), he actually plunges a knife into himself, causing the Little Death. If done wrong, the Kuei-jin just ended his Shadow Life.



Stealing a Life
Under certain circumstances, the Rootless Tree may take on the mask of a being that really does exist, instead of creating a completely new life. The mortal must have been an affront to balance itself, leading a life in one of the extremes. If the Kuei-jin decides that life must be corrected for the greater good, they may take it and become that person. They will adopt all the family, friends, and other relations of the being, as well as his memories. Freaky, huh? There are of course certain rites they must purchase to be able to perform this feat (found in Dharma Book).



Imbalance
Thousand Whispers are creatures of balance. It creeps into every aspect of their life. Even when they might be going to an extreme, they will eventually return to the center again, readying themselves to go to another extreme. A quick glance at the Tenets of the Dharma will quickly let you know that the Rootless Trees are a focused bunch.



If they see something that is out of balance – a corrupt man embezzling money, a younger man addicted to drugs and sex or a woman unhealthily wasting her life in books – the Thousand Whispers’ first thing to do is to attempt to correct the imbalance. Getting the man to admit his failing and give back the money or helping the woman to get a social life beyond her local library are both examples of correcting that subtle, yet potentially destructive imbalance. Even though they will one day resemble each of those people, there will be actual purpose and enlightenment when they do it. It is pointless for a mortal, for they cannot understand like the Kuei-jin can.



If they do not understand the imbalance, they have the second option to question it. Finding out why something is imbalanced is the quickest way to know its weakness, as well as a quick spark of enlightenment. This is one of the reasons why the Rootless Trees will often ask questions of the other Dharmas, trying to find out why they chose their path. They will stump many, and still others will know exactly the right answers. This divides the true followers from hapless wannabes. Those wannabes will no doubt be converted to the Path of a Thousand Whispers soon after, if the Kuei-jin did his job correctly.



Their final choice to take is the utter and final destruction of the source of that imbalance. This does not always mean the death of the person however. Using the examples above, the Kuei-jin has the choice to either murder the corrupt embezzler or get rid of the money, destroying his credibility in the city, making him loose his job and the prospect of ever doing it again. The Kuei-jin could go on rampage killing the addicted party man, or they have the choice of making deals with the local drug lord, making sure the young man never gets his hands on another ounce of drug. This might lead to the suicide due to withdrawal, but then again he could have just killed him in the beginning right? Killing the closeted woman is a bit extreme. In her case, the destruction of her livelihood (i.e. the Library) could do it, or arson to her home and all her earthly belongings, while at the same time taking on the mask of a man to sweep her off her feet and get her out of her shell. You have to be creative. It’s not all about death.
There are those Rootless Trees, however, that hold onto balance like a crutch, instead of using it to empower themselves. They will balance their Chi, their Hun and P’o will be in strict competition with each other, neither winning wholly. Most will also choose the center direction. This will eventually create an imbalance of Balance. They are creatures of extremes. To cling to the balance, is to take up the Tempest of Inward Focus, which will have a Thousand Whispers falling from their ladder to heaven quicker than a jack rabbit running from a wolf.



Directions
Although the Center Direction is obviously the Wise Centipede’s rightful course, remember that they are creatures of extremes. They must journey from the Center to find their way back again. They must learn to play all parts well, as they are all a part of a balanced spirit. The Path of a Thousand Whispers is not separated into various Sects as other Dharma. However, they do share gatherings of like Directions that could rival any secret sect meeting.

* North: The Bunraku – The Invisible Men. They are puppeteers of the course. They have the savvy needed to turn any situation to their own desires. In their Mask, they will be CEOs or other leader-type people. In their Shadow Life, they are a marvel in the courts of the Kuei-jin, gaining favor in all areas through careful manipulation of the others.
* South: The Scarlet Centipedes - These are the creatures that other Dharma fear. They are known for their extreme changes and the chaos they cause, as the changes they make come so frequently. They change too much, some would say. They leave their lives quickly; ever ready to move to the next. They fight with vigor and ferocity. In their Mask, they would no doubt portray roles that could easily be dodged if wanted. Drug dealer, bouncer or convenience/porn clerk would be some good choices. In their Shadow Life, they are the most savage, violent and cruel warriors of Yomi. They are at the frontline of every battle, ready to fight the enemy.
* East: The Dancing Peacocks - Centipedes of this direction are responsible for tending to the mortal herds of the Middle Kingdom. They are humanity’s caretakers, saving them from enemies that might harm them, just to be kept as sustenance for the Hungry Dead. In their Mask, they will portray police officers or other protector-types. In the Shadow Life, they are some of the fiercest warriors against Yomi, making sure they defend the mortals, whose blood will be needed to continue the fight.
* West: The Exalted Jade Masks. The western Reeds are envoys to the Dark Kingdom of Jade. They speak with the spirits and have made it their duty to correct the imbalances they have left behind (for surely if they had led balanced lives, they would have passed to heaven by now, right?). They will act as the tools of the ghosts, but if the Wraith stays even after the target of his angst is destroyed, they too will fall by the Jade Mask’s blade. To outlive your vengeance is also a great imbalance. In their Mask, they will portray roles that allow them easy access to contact with the dead: a medium, a mortician or gravedigger. Their Shadow Life should be self explanatory from the description.

Thousand Whispers and Yulan-jin
This Dharma does have a special affinity to the Yulan-jin, those Kuei-jin’s whose souls have been warped by Yomi. These beings cannot hold onto a body for very long and with every Little Death they encounter, they are hurled to another body where they are left without memories. The Yulan-jin find it easier to follow the Path of a Thousand Whispers, as you are supposed to leave the old behind holding only onto the lesson learned. However, they will often forget that lesson as well. Yulan-jin become Wise Centipedes more than any other Dharma.



Tenets (A Brief Overview)

1. Live 1,000 lifetimes, each one different from the last: The Central tenet is self explanatory.
2. Learn what you can from each life: This tenet teaches that each life can teach an important lesson. Hold onto that lesson, but leave the rest behind.
3. Change as much as possible between breaths: This tenet teaches that each life must be drastically different. You cannot go from being a caretaker to a doctor to a paramedic. What would you learn? If you follow one road, you must also experience its reverse. Following the road of P’o (becoming a serial killer for one of your lives) would prompt for your next life to follow Hun (a leader or diplomat of some sort). Everything must be different every time.
4. If you grow too close to something, kill it. It will only hinder you: Anything that holds you down, that might halt your need to be ever changing, must be destroyed. This is an important part of the process and the reason for the Ritual of a Thousand Cuts.
5. Turn your back on each life as you leave it: Say goodbye to each life, and never go back. Do not keep contacts from that life or visit for old time’s sake. You have left it behind; it is your life no longer. Remember that.
6. Give when generosity is required; take when theft is required: This is their excuse to do whatever they want, when they want. Seriously, whatever is needed at the time is what the Wise Centipede will do. But don’t forget to balance everything out. Stealing something, means replenishing something as well.
7. Pry open the eyes of the sightless, and make the mute defend their wordless state. All beings must confront their choices, so question them as you pass: Question everything. This might make you seem dumb, but you teach with questions. If the person you ask cannot answer, then they cannot aptly defend their choice and then must change their minds.
8. When something appears to be out of balance, correct it. If you cannot, destroy it: See Imbalance above.

Suggested Disciplines

* Equilibrium (the most important)
* Chi’iu Muh
* Feng Shui
* Internalize
* Jade Shintai
* Mibasham

Portraying the Dharma (for Players and STs)
The Thousand Whispers is definitely the hardest to play and understand. During character creation, player and ST should get together to gather the pieces of the character’s first life. And there are two ways to handle this.



The first way is the simplest. Because the Rootless Tree is encouraged to separate his Mask and Shadow Life from each other, you can simply do just that. During the sessions, the character will be mingling with their wu (or uji). In this method, the Mask is kept to e-mails between the ST and player, with only mild actual playing of the Mask with the group. The second way is to make the Mask part of the story. This forces the player to act out both roles (Mask and Shadow Life) at the same time, which can be very challenging.



Also, I might suggest that when leaving a life that had a strong impact on the character, they should be forced to make some sort of Willpower roll vs. Depression. That sort of thing is not easy to get over and will probably hover of the Kuei-jin for a while. However, don’t make it last too long, as they will not be able to Embrace the Dark Jade Lover until they are at ease with leaving that life behind.



Suggested Auspicious Occasions

* Correcting a significant imbalance
* Whenever a lesson is learned from a Mask
* After making a radical change that costs the Centipede something important
* Making a difficult cut during the Ritual of a Thousand Cuts

Original Discipline Variants
Monkey Grip (Jade Shintai 1 Variant)
By creating a link between the Kuei-jin personal Chi and an item that he holds in his hand, it can be assured that it does not leave it until he wishes so. He will not drop his weapon or be disarmed. Neither will he fall from a great height as long as he has a hold of the ledge. This one is very handy.
System: Using a reflexive action, the character can create a hold on something that cannot be broken. Nothing can be taken from his hand unless he wants to let go. It requires no Chi points or Willpower expenditure.



Mind of Matter (Internalize 2 Variant)
Few Kuei-jin can disassociate themselves from their undead bodies. But in some cases, it is very important for a Rootless Tree to do so. With the use of this discipline, the Wise Centipede may cut himself off from his body, while still being able to control it. He can walk over hot glass without pain and fight for unimaginable lengths of time.
System: After one complete turn of concentration, the Kuei-jin can roll a Willpower check (difficulty 7) and may ignore one die of Wound penalties per success.
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PostSubject: Re: Dharma: Thousand Whispers, Mask and Jade   Thu Sep 09, 2010 2:25 pm

Commentaries on the Thousand Whisper
from the Five Fragment Mask by Tong Kai All the world is a stage, and we are but actors playing out our parts. It was a Westerner who said this. For all the unenlightened masses, the grains of truth to be found among them never cease to amuse me. For those who follow the path of a thousand whispers, this is the ultimate truth. And we have entered our final act.
No thing is one sided, not even a coin. When you understand the truth of this, you will have taken your first step upon the path. A person only sees the side he wishes to see. When you understand the truth of this, you will have taken your second step upon the path. Throw a coin in the path of a resplendent crane and it will always land heads up. Throw a coin in the path of a devil tiger and it will always land tails up.
All of the other dharmas are extremists. All of them follow one way to the exclusion of all others. By being imbalanced in this life they try to right the karmic imbalance of their previous one. We understand that each life is separate. The scales of karma are not measured over the entirety of your spiritual existence, but only in each life you live. At the end of the life, you are given your fate, and the scales are reset for your next one. This is the third step.

Live 1,000 lifetimes, each one different from the last.
This is the beginning and end of our dharma. Everyone exists in the cycle of birth, death and rebirth, but we do not. We are cursed. To let this pull you from the path is foolishness. So you must continue to live lives and exist within this cycle. A warrior without a sword must still be a warrior. It will be difficult, yes, but that is our curse. Instead of letting the cycle take us, we must create it for ourselves, just as a warrior without a sword must forge a new one. It is not easy to continue the cycle for yourself, but if reaching heaven were easy, none of us would be here.
Every life has its own karma, it’s own lessons, failings and successes. Take these into account when choosing your next life. To live each life the same as the one before is to walk in place. It may look like you’re moving, but you are really going no where.

Learn what you can from each life.
What is the point of going to school if you learn nothing? Our lives were a mistake. Looking back on them, we learn what those mistakes were, and now can make restitution for them. So it is with the lives you create. If you learn nothing, you cannot change in your next life. If you cannot change, you cannot accomplish anything. Learning from your lives, and changing your next ones must replace the karma that is denied to us now.

Change as much as possible between breaths.
Look at a coin. Now look at it from a slightly different angle. It is still the same coin. You see a little more of the same thing, and nothing else. Look at the coin. Now rotate it ninety degrees. Now it is an entirely new coin. Where did you get this new coin? Everything about it has changed. You see new things about the coin that you did not realize before. After studying both coins in detail can you finally realize the truth. They are the same coin. This is the truth of our dharma.
Live a life. Once it is done, you understand more. But if you chose your new life to be similar, what more will you learn? To not change as much as possible is to begin to walk down only one path. Walking down one path is the way of the other dharmas. Every color has its opposite. You do not truly see a color until it is placed beside its opposite. So you must live your lives this way. In this contrast can the lessons of each life stand out. In this way are things most clear.

If you grow too close to something, kill it. It will only hinder you.
If you care about one thing more than any other thing, you will always bend towards it. If you walk along the path, and see this thing, you will leave the path to go to it. Then, when you turn, you will see that you have lost the path.
But we are weak. If we were strong, we would not have gone to hell. If you find the road of moderation to be difficult, destroy those things that would pull you from the road. Without them, there is no temptation…then you may continue on the path.

Turn your back on each life as you leave it.
A single life is a whole and complete thing. Each of your lives must be whole and complete unto themselves. If they are not, they are not truly lives. If they are not truly lives, then you are not truly living them. If you’re not living them, then you cannot learn the truth about them. If you cannot learn the truth, what is the point of continuing? So when your life is ended, be done with it. Remember that the lives we create are artificial, but to truly live them they must not be artificial to you. Do you remember your previous lives before the one that sent you screaming into Yomi? No. You accrued your karmic debt, and began a new life, and that is all. So it is with each of your lives. If you allow them to linger, they will not truly be lives.

Give when generosity is needed; take when theft is required.
Balance is our way, and so in this do we strive in all things. But balance cannot be maintained by locking it down with chains. So it is we must flow with the world, not try to force the world to flow with us. By flowing with the world we can do what is needed instead of trying to narrow the possibilities. Balance is a natural way, an easy process. Often are we deceived into believing that Balance must be maintained rather than lived. By living our lives in the moments of our lives we can flow with balance, and maintain ourselves without effort.

Pry open the eyes of the sightless, and make the mute defend their wordless state. All beings must confront their choices, so question them as you pass.
It is easy not to think. When one makes it easy not to think then they realize it is also easy not to see. When one makes it easy not to see, then they realize they will never need to speak again. This is our opponent. Always think about where you have come from, and where you are going, but most importantly think on who, and what, you are. It is often easier for people to forget themselves and not think on who they are. In this, they fail to truly know themselves. You must know yourself. And you must not let others ignore themselves. The Thrashing Dragon indulges in the world. Does he know why? Ask him. Does the Devil Tiger understand why he brings misery into the world? Ask him. Sometimes a simple question is not enough. Sometimes you must tear open their eyelids to make them see. Sometimes you must pierce their ears to make them hear.

When something appears to be out of balance, correct it. If you cannot, destroy it.
It was your lack of balance that dragged you down to hell. Now you have the opportunity to correct that balance, not only in yourself, but others. Something that is not within balance will turn in upon itself. It will grow corrupt and rotten. This is disgusting. If a wu is not in balance, they will turn upon each other. If a person is not in balance, he may suffer our fate. Better to tear the wu apart and let them be balanced elsewhere than to kill each other. Better to slay the man so that he may find balance in his next life. Often we Thousand Whispers are sought as mediators for this reason. In a dispute, we will bring balance to both, even though both might not be satisfied. This is how you must live your life, and your lives. Perfect balance, and you will not fall from either side of the path.
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