A refurbishment that renews a topical perspective in the emblematic figure: the one that from an X-shaped ar­ran­ge­ment, where arms and legs can ro­ta­te 60°, but that no one would ad­opt as a normal pose either stand­ing or lying on the back, it leads back to a Y ar­ran­ge­ment, the most practicable of a man with his arms and legs outstretched, but the legs together.

Nonetheless, since this last one also is not very probable, what we would like to conceive as actual and universal, as well as expressive by the same spir­i­tu­al per­spec­tive, is the same Y position held by the man standing, hence ex­am­ine that, as it makes the feet's basal function.

Can we distinguish the lying position as passive from the standing one as active? Both are important and significant, but with due distinctions.
The lying man is oriented to rest, or to the dream and to the par­al­lel di­men­sion; although for this he would not assume special positions of the limbs. The man standing with his arms raised, whether he man­i­fests ex­ul­ta­tion or at the same time prayer or thanksgiving, or art and dance, or who dives or swims, he af­firms him­self, and it is there that one can note the maximum am­pli­tude of the hu­man figure.
The space of the material plan is defined by the four car­di­nal di­rec­tions, as by the four Elements of tradition; here is the square, with dou­ble sym­me­try. All the points of its perimeter are at dif­fer­ent dis­tan­ces (equal in groups of 8) with respect to the center, which in the in­scribed human figure corresponds to the reproductive apparatus and to the 1st basic cha­kra, which in turn projects a square shape to the occult view.