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A suggestion to improve my life? 9.3.6>60

Olga Super Star

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I've been asking more than once about this and that job, about this and that person.
Today I wanted to ask about some general hint.

A suggestion to improve my life? 9.3.6>60
9
'Small taming, creating success.
Dense clouds without rain
Come from my Western altars.'


9.3
'A cart losing its wheel spokes.
Husband and wife avert their eyes.'


The situation as it is now perhaps:
Something is breaking inside me?
(but actually I've never felt any better)

9.6
'Already rained, already come to rest.
Honour the de contained.
Constancy of the wife, danger.
The moon almost full.
Noble one sets out to bring order: misfortune.'


I have to stay put and be happy about what I have and have conquered so far.
 

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9.3 describes two parts that are disconnected, and which can only move forward together in a state of union.
Or
9.3 → 61 (Inner Harmony), Legge:
Suggests the idea of a carriage, the strap beneath which has been removed, or of a husband and wife looking on each other with averted eyes.

I did some research and found out that leather straps play the role of suspension like modern shock-absorbers. Without them the ride is very uncomfortable, and you will have to slow down to a crawl.

9.6 says that you obviously can't progress like this.


Considering 61.6 → 60 (Limitation), Daniels: Your ambitions are inappropriate.
Crowley: But failure's for sky-soaring chanticleer!
gives the same feeling.

I think Yi is telling you to:
a)Get real (carriage is placed on top of the chassis, which through the wheels touches the ground).
Reconnect with reality, lower your expectations.

b)Reconnect mind and soul[61], restore the link inside, which will make your life more comfortable and allow you to progress.
as Richmond writes in 9.3:

The spokes of a wheel join the inner and the outer, the hub and the rim.
The chariot is separated from the wheel, the rim is separated from its hub, the man is separated from his wife.

We are attempting to drive our vehicle but there is no driving power.
 

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interesting
Although I have no particular expectations at the moment. I have also quit acting and have no expectations whatsoever on anything, I was just asking for a guiding principle to improve my life..

I have found this from yijing.nl
9.6>5
Every change always contains unexpected possibilities, but you find them only if you’re open to it. Stay versatile, things always change in an unexpected way. Be creative, don’t stick only to your own job. Never be too sure of anything. And even if you are the one who knows everything, even then don’t force anyone.

This is very similar to 5 in my opinion, which is what I got when asking what moves my soul? 5 unchanging - I interpreted it as wait, stay open, connect yourself, open this cosmic door and let things fall in instead of going out looking for them

By the way I asked the same day what about going for the job I studied for before acting came along, that is languages; what about pursuing a career in that? 18.2.5.6>39
That is even less clear that 9>60 as I am always undecided whether 18 means something is corrupted so stay away from it or if it's a chance to mend things so go ahead! :rant:

I mean it didn't give me a clear encouraging push to move completely to language.related jobs. So lower my expectations on what?

any ideas much welcomed :)
 

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I had this ver cast today.

well I can say maybe I had to lower my ambitions about cinema?
At the time of this cast I was starting year 1 at a cinema school. I have learnt a lot but feel inadequate to work in the business.

Yet Yi's stance on translating, which would be my "low expectation" job, has never been encouraging.
 

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