I Ching

Your Daily I Ching Hexagram for March 26th is 45: Coming Together

 

 

 

Your Daily I Ching Hexagram of the Day

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45: Coming Together

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The power of gathering together is represented by a rally, where each individual’s strength is magnified by the power of their community. History has shown that mass movements can bring about stable, ordered and durable conditions for the better. This hexagram may be pointing to an auspicious time for large undertakings. But the guiding force of your shared vision is essential to hold the forces of unity together, and keep them advancing toward a common goals and values.

Another image for this situation is that of a lake filling with water. Just as the fullness of the lake can bring good fortune to all in its sphere, it can also overflow, leading to calamity. Thus in a time of gathering together it is essential that precautions against excesses be considered along with efforts to advance along a clearly-charted course. Much of human misfortune comes from unexpected events for which we are ill prepared; when gathered together with others, we are both more powerful and, in some ways, also more vulnerable.

Any time of unified coming together is a time of great potential. But the potential can be both positive and negative. Everything is magnified when people unite around a central shared purpose. When many people unite behind a single goal or strong vision, it is wise to take personal precautions to protect your own reasonable self-interests, because these can easily be lost in the crowd.

 

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Your Daily I Ching Hexagram for March 24th is 15: Humility

 

 

Hexagram of the Day

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15: Humility

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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 Mar. 23 is 31: Influencing

Your Daily I Ching Hexagram

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31: Influencing

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Summary:
Study the people around you. Win their loyalty with your integrity.

Line One of Your Hexagram is a 6:
Understand the intentions of others before allying yourself with them.

Line Two of Your Hexagram is a 6:
Do not make friends with those whose motives you do not understand.

Line Three of Your Hexagram is a 9:
Seek the truth. Follow that which you know is right.

Line Four of Your Hexagram is a 9:
Do not be indecisive. Adhere to your plan.

Line Five of Your Hexagram is a 9:
Encourage those around you. Celebrate their accomplishments.

Line Six of Your Hexagram is a 6:
Mutual understanding leads to fulfilling friendships and partnerships.

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Your Daily I Ching Hexagram for March 22 is 52: Stopping

Your Daily I Ching Hexagram
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52: Stopping

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Summary:
Solicit the attention of those you wish to advise.

Line One of Your Hexagram is a 6:
Offer a worthy one sound advice.

Line Two of Your Hexagram is a 6:
A relationship with someone will be ruined if you do not advise him.

Line Three of Your Hexagram is a 9:
Do not stop that which is already in motion.

Line Four of Your Hexagram is a 6:
Try to stop an action before it starts.

Line Five of Your Hexagram is a 6:
Consider your words wisely before you speak them.

Line Six of Your Hexagram is a 9:
Be diplomatic and act with integrity when giving advice to others.

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Your Personal I Ching Cast For March 18th Indicates Sweeping Change

Your Personal I Ching Cast For Today

Indicates:
Sweeping Change

The Situation Overall
This is a time to make quick, sweeping changes in your life. Use your inner vision to guide you to a new path.

Love
If your relationship has gone sour and your goals seem unobtainable, it may be time for you to move on.

Friendship
You have a friendship that is about to take a new course. Be prepared to work toward those changes you want.

On the Horizon
You are about to experience extreme change. If you entered a new relationship, expect to go places where you have not gone before.

Drawbacks
Do not allow your need for sweeping changes to make you inconsiderate. Remember to be compassionate and sharing. Express yourself clearly and do not act in ways that are beneath you.

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Today’s I Ching Hexagram for March 17th is 33: Retreat

 

 

Today’s I Ching Hexagram of the Day

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33: Retreat

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All worthy goals meet resistance of some kind. When negative forces predominate, a well-timed retreat is a good way to stay on the path to ultimate success. Tibetans know this.

Strategic retreat is not to be confused with escape or surrender. Successful retreat demands quick and nimble movement — taking up a new position before you are damaged by the current situation. You are not admitting defeat by temporarily retreating, but simply increasing your options, and preserving your resources. Sometimes it is necessary to slow down, let go or move back in order to develop countermoves for the future. Timing is critical, as is how well you position yourself after realignment. Considerations of personal security are critical.

Periods of withdrawal or retreat call for cool-headedness. It is necessary to keep your wits about you. Attend to small details while allowing yourself time to contemplate the whole picture. Be creative; not all progress follows a straight line. Self-confidence is also essential; small setbacks can easily become defeats if we allow ourselves to become mired in self-doubt or self-pity.

Waves of progress are, by their nature, short-lived. Learn to attune yourself to the up-and-down cycles of life. When the wave is behind you, ride it in; when it’s not, lie low. Don’t fool yourself into thinking that you can ‘fix’ any situation whenever you feel like it. Some things are bigger than you are. Hold your pride in check and you will be better prepared to find creative openings.

 

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Your Daily I Ching Hexagram for March 16th is 7: Discipline

 

 

Your Daily I Ching Hexagram of the Day

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7: Discipline

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The most successful general is not the one that triumphs in battle, but the one who is able, through strength of a resolute discipline and the personal power that results from that, to achieve victory without spilling blood. This is why for the effective leadership of any organization the key virtues are clarity, decisiveness and conscientiousness. The most effective team or partnership marches with a single purpose — a dedication to a common goal that is held dear by all. Otherwise, even with an excess of external discipline, unpopular wars are seldom winnable.

Let power be held in check by the acceptance of a common discipline, and submission to a higher authority. Look to the common good. When life is in balance, evil impulses are checked by human decency; parents die before their children; leaders lead and followers follow. If you hold or aspire to a position of leadership, remember that the true leader speaks to and captures the hearts of the people and articulates a clear, simple vision that unites them as a team.

In the realm of government, the relationship between the army and state is critical. Only when the state is economically prosperous can the army be strong. Only when the army is disciplined can the state be protected from disruptive outside forces. For this balance to be preserved, government must be steady, and mild toward its own people. When balancing strong complementary forces, modesty and generosity at the center can be a magnetic force that keeps relationships intact. Coordination of all elements is essential for success at this time.

 

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Your Daily I Ching Hexagram for March 15th is 4: Youthful Folly

 

 

Your Daily I Ching Hexagram of the Day

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4: Youthful Folly

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Be on guard for careless or rebellious attitudes characteristic of youthful inexperience. Just as a youth requires instruction, this is a good time to focus on learning your lessons from a patient teacher or life experience. Is there some circumstance in your life that you failed to comprehend, perhaps because you could not appreciate its inherent complexities? Be respectful of anything or anyone who has something to teach you right now.

In order to be prepared for challenges, let education be a part of your life. Continually develop the strong mind and will necessary to carry you through confusing times. The wise realize that experience is a powerful teacher, even though we cannot be forced to learn, even from experience. Be a good student, one who delights in learning, one who nourishes his or her expanding awareness, one who is paying attention!

Examine your attitude for factors that limit your openness. Observe how you deal with the mistakes of others. You must let people live their own lives and learn their own lessons. Offer others your wisdom or advice, but only if the other person is receptive (when in doubt, ask). Otherwise, give up trying to convince him or her that you are right, which is only exhausting and counter-productive. If people are not receptive, let them go their own way — even into difficulty or dangerous circumstances. It is the only way they can learn right now — and without learning, no one can achieve success. This does not mean that you should not care — just that taking care of someone too much can be harmful. Live and let learn.

 

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