I Ching hexagram 63 – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    63. Chi Chi / After Completion

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    ------- above K'an The Abysmal, Water

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    --- --- below Li The Clinging, Flame


The Judgement

    After Completion. Success in small matters.

    Perseverance furthers.

    At the beginning good fortune,

    At the end disorder.

The Image

    Water over fire: the image of the condition

    In After Completion.

    Thus the superior man

    Takes thoughts of misfortune

    And arms himself against it in advance.

The Lines

    Nine at the beginning means:

    He brakes his wheels.

    He gets his tail in the water.

    No blame.

    () Six in the second place means:

    The woman loses the curtain of her carriage.

    Do not run after it;

    On the seventh day you will get it.

    Nine in the third place means:

    The Illustrious Ancestor

    Disciplines the Devil's Country.

    After three years he conquers it.

    Inferior people must not be employed.

    Six in the fourth place means:

    The finest clothes turn to rags.

    Be careful all day long.

    Nine in the fifth place means:

    The neighbor in the east who slaughters an ox

    Does not attain as much real happiness

    As the neighbor in the west

    With his small offering.

    Six at the top means:

    He gets his head in the water. Danger.


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