MESI, MYTHIC BEING OF SELF-REFLECTION AND CRITIQUE (INDIFFERENT)
A tree-like creature that grows out of a shallow lake with three blank faces atop of its humanoid trunk-like form. The Mesi may appear at times of transition, hubris, important decisions or self doubt. A person will sit, stand, or lie in the shallow lake and stare into one of the outstretched faces which will reflect the person’ inner feelings. The individual will go into a trance-like state while gazing in the Mesi for a period of time lasting anywhere from 10 minutes to 1 week.