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I Ching interpretation

The interpretation of the I Ching is important as it will give you guidance regarding your future. The fortune teller explains you how to benefit from the I Ching and the Book of Changes. Understanding the I Ching better will lead to clearer results from the I Ching oracle!

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I Ching hexagrams interpretation

I Ching Hexagram 18: Ku - Work on what has been spoiled (Decay)


Ku - Work on what has been spoiled stands for a demand to remove the cause what has caused the current stagnation in the situation. The hexagram calls for working on what has been spoiled.


I Ching interpretation / The Judgement

If you draw this I Ching hexagram with the online I Ching oracle this means that: anything that has been spoiled by one's action can also be restored by one's action. If one works in a consistent manner to restore that what is in decay advancement may once arise.


By being conscious, that is focus on the inner truth, and displaying present moment awareness, that is focus on the now; you will bring movement into the stagnated situation. Positive energy will ensure that the resistance ceases and let things flow freely again.


I Ching lines interpretation

The I Ching hexagram consists of six lines. If lines are changing in your online I Ching Oracle consultation these should be included in your I Ching interpretation as well. Furthermore the I Ching lines have their separate interpretation.


The bottom I Ching line deals with reality, that what is. The second line is related to how you connect to others. Cause and effect how do you react?

The third line deals with your emotions and how to cope with them. The fourth line is related to making choices in order to remain on track. The fifth line represents the organising aspect of things.

It involves leadership, following up on ideals and planning. The I Ching top line has to do with spirituality. It concerns your tao, beliefs, religion and more.


First Line - I Ching interpretation

Rigid adherence to old traditions, mind patterns and collective human conditions result in decay. Be careful not to get trapped by this rigid adherence as it creates misfortune.


Second Line - I Ching interpretation

Repair what has been spoiled gently as this mistake was caused by weakness, not by conscious intention.


Third Line - I Ching interpretation

This indicates someone who spends a little too much energy in correcting what has gone wrong. However it is better to spend too much energy than too little.


Fourth Line - I Ching interpretation

This indicates that someone is not taking action to restore that what is subject to decay. If this weakness continues this will lead to humiliation.


Fifth Line - I Ching interpretation

Proper action is undertaken in correcting what went wrong in the past. Assistance in resolving this matter is necessary.


Sixth Line - I Ching interpretation

Withdrawal of not taking corrective measures is only justified if you use this time to further your own development. This will eventually benefit the future.


The I Ching hexagram consists of two trigrams. Above Kên - Mountain and below Sun - Wind.


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