I Ching interpretationThe 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 29: K'an - The Abysmal
K'an - The Abysmal stands for the inner truth locked up within the body. If we stay true to this locked up truth when we are challenged this will bring good fortune. K'an often warns for difficult times that are arriving.
I Ching interpretation / The Judgement
If you draw this I Ching hexagram with the online I Ching oracle this means that: we get accostumed to danger by means of repetition. You need to learn from the challenges. Not learning of repeated mistakes signifies a complete lack of consciousness.
If you do not accept the difficult time either by denying it or attaching yourself to superficial comfort you block your inner truth to resolve the issue. Acceptance of that what is empowers the creative force from within to manifest itself. Good fortune follows.
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
Be careful not to get used to repetitive danger, as it might become part of you. Once identified with the danger or inferior element it will act upon you.
Second Line - I Ching interpretation
In difficult situations a step-by-step approach is advised to change the situation in a positive manner. Be satisfied with the process and every small achievement. In this way good fortune will be yours.
Third Line - I Ching interpretation
Escape is not possible. Any movement from your side will create more resistance. Focus all your attention on the problem at hand. Observe it, dig deeper into it.
Fourth Line - I Ching interpretation
If in difficult times we want to progress by changing something or someone else we need to start with ourselves.
Fifth Line - I Ching interpretation
Danger is created as one acts on ambition only. Ambitious tendencies flow from the ego. Proceed along the line of least resistance. Let go of the mind made ego.
Sixth Line - I Ching interpretation
Misfortune. One who has lost the connection with the inner truth in the face of extreme danger has no possibility to escape.
The I Ching hexagram consists of two trigrams. Both are K'an - Water.
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