I Ching

Your Daily I Ching Hexagram for Feb. 5th is 5: Modesty

Today’s I Ching Hexagram

5: Modesty
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February 5, 2016

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Summary:
Remain modest and do not be ruled by your pride. Act in a dignified manner regardless of your position.

Line One of Your Hexagram is a 6:
Do not boast. Quietly move toward your goal.

Line Two of Your Hexagram is a 6:
Humility will insure good fortune.

Line Three of Your Hexagram is a 9:
Work quietly and diligently.

Line Four of Your Hexagram is a 6:
Follow the examples of those you admire.

Line Five of Your Hexagram is a 6:
To insure wide-spread support, be fair to all.

Line Six of Your Hexagram is a 6:
Humility will guarantee great achievements. Speak to all who want to speak to you.

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Your Daily I Ching Hexagram for February 4th is 1: Power

Your Daily I Ching Hexagram

1:Power
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February 4th, 2016

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Summary:
The birth of something great is near. You will be an important factor in a new endeavor that will grow and regenerate forever.

Line One of Your Hexagram is a 9:
This is a time of waiting. Organize and plan your strategy for a future success.

Line Two of Your Hexagram is a 9:
You are about to begin a important project. Seek out a person who can help you ensure its success.

Line Three of Your Hexagram is a 9:
Hard work and an attention to details will guarantee you reach your goals.

Line Four of Your Hexagram is a 9:
Once ready, test your plans, so you may perfect them.

Line Five of Your Hexagram is a 9:
Your plan is or will be successful. Revisit allies and look for new leaders.

Line Six of Your Hexagram is a 9:
Do not allow your success to over-inflate your ego. If you do there will be a price to pay.

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Your Daily I Ching Hexagram for February 3rd is 59: Dispersing

Your Daily I Ching Hexagram

59: Dispersing
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February 3rd, 2016

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Summary:
Take command of your situation and eliminate that which hinders your progress.

Line One of Your Hexagram is a 6:
Act swiftly with determination to forge ahead.

Line Two of Your Hexagram is a 9:
If matters become chaotic, stay calm and apply your talents to rectifying that which has gone wrong.

Line Three of Your Hexagram is a 6:
Bring your group together to resolve obstacles.

Line Four of Your Hexagram is a 6:
Support will come for your cause. Be patient.

Line Five of Your Hexagram is a 9:
Share your prosperity with those who helped you gain it.

Line Six of Your Hexagram is a 9:
While solving yourproblems may be costly, they will pass.

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Your Daily I Ching Hexagram for Feb. 2nd is 56: The Wanderer

 

 

 

 

 

I Ching Hexagram of the Day

56: The Wanderer


February 2nd, 2016
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A seasoned traveler knows that a special kind of decorum is called for when one ventures far from home. He or she must develop a yielding nature outwardly, so that the ‘local contact’ or host can open doors and prevent unseemly errors. But inwardly, the wanderer knows that it is sometimes impossible to discern the true intentions of strangers — are they hostile, friendly or merely opportunistic?

The twin houses of mystery and discovery rule any journey. Each new day is launched on a fresh landscape, one that reaches out to grab our full attention. Though new adventures are a great teacher — and often a great equalizer — there is an art to living lightly in a strange land. Mindfulness and discernment become the keys not only to success, but also to survival.

If you are entering a new environment of any sort attempt to be sincere, flexible and undemanding, rather than obstinate. Let go of old attitudes and habits that could encumber you, or make you overly conspicuous. The onset of a great journey is not a favorable time to enter into binding agreements, or to start new enterprises.

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Your Daily I Ching Hexagram for Jan. 29th is 6: Litigating

Today’s I Ching Hexagram

January 29th, 2016

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6: Litigating

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Summary:
Do not be forceful or start fights of any kind. Find compromises. Stay calm and do not think with your emotions. Seek allies.

Line One of Your Hexagram is a 6:
State your case to the public and not in the courts.

Line Two of Your Hexagram is a 9:
Do not fight battles you cannot win.

Line Three of Your Hexagram is a 6:
Begin your own enterprise. Abandon failing relationships.

Line Four of Your Hexagram is a 9:
Avoid conflict with the irrational and taunting.

Line Five of Your Hexagram is a 9:
Express your point of view and expect positive feedback.

Line Six of Your Hexagram is a 9:
You will have setbacks in the short-term. Be patient.

 

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Your Daily I Ching Hexagram for January 28th is 41: Decreasing

Daily I Ching Hexagram

January 28th, 2016

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41: Decreasing

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Summary:
Keep to a tight budget. Avoid the frivolous and you will realize your goals.

Line One of Your Hexagram is a 9:
Care for others and others will care for you.

Line Two of Your Hexagram is a 9:
Save money for future needs. Create a budget.

Line Three of Your Hexagram is a 6:
Work as an individual but do let others lend a helping hand.

Line Four of Your Hexagram is a 6:
Expect improvement in your situation and celebrate.

Line Five of Your Hexagram is a 6:
Your leadership will insure you and others will prosper.

Line Six of Your Hexagram is a 9:
Expect to be treated as you treat others.

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Your Daily I Ching Hexagram for January 27 is 15: Humility

 

 

 

Hexagram of the Day

15: Humility

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January 27, 2016

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Humility is often rewarded in human affairs, just as the erosion of a great mountain fills the valley. It is the way of nature to fill the empty cup. Regardless of your position, humility is a positive and deceptively powerful attribute. If you are in a high position but are still humble, people will be drawn to you and the causes you espouse. If your position is lowly, humility will endear you to those of higher status. True humility is a virtue to which all should aspire.

The most successful and happiest people are those who know how to bring each situation into balance by reducing that which is too great, and adding to that which is too little. Such a person craves not power, but balanced and stable relationships. Humility is the virtue that supplies the balancing power, as humble people are not prey to the many illusions that grow out of self-importance. If humility is not natural to your disposition, make a conscious effort to develop a strain of self-effacing humor.

 

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Your Daily I Ching Hexagram for Jan. 21 is 18: Repairing What is Spoiled

 

 

 

 

Hexagram of the Day

18: Repairing What is Spoiled


January 21st, 2016
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Something is starting to rot and it is time to repair the damage. In the world of human affairs, indulgence and corruption grow like weeds in an untended garden; they must be faced squarely, and rooted out through bold action. Eliminating corruption — and the sloppiness that leads to it — is one of the most ennobling of all human enterprises. Correction of flaws in the system clears the way for fresh, new beginnings.

The time has come to become lean and efficient. The weeds must be rooted out now, before the garden is overwhelmed. Fighting decay, sloppiness and corrupt agendas is not a simple matter; all steps must be evaluated carefully. Planning must precede action. Resist the temptation to strike out prematurely. Gather strength behind you, and summon your inner resources, because arresting decay is no simple task. When you do act, make your strike as precise and clean as the path of the surgeon’s knife.

 

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