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Hexagram 52 unchanging. What its next


Apr 7, 2011
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Hexagram 52 unchanching, what its next for me in regard to my question.

You are involved in a situation that is, or should be, left undisturbed. Don't disturb it, and don't allow external events to disturb it.

If nothing is happening then let things stay that way.

Resist change.

Refuse to be moved.

Don't overdo your resistance.

Modest resistance prevents disturbance.
Love is possible.

Not disturbing or being disturbed.

Passively resisting disturbance.

Actively resisting disturbance.

Proceeding undisturbed.

An immovable mountain

Do not disturb.

The hexagram describes a process proceeding undisturbed.

It means actively resisting disturbance to the process - preventing new movements from starting and ensuring existing movements continue without change - in a manner that is modest so as not to disturb.

By simply refusing to be moved by a disturbance oneself, one may act as a shield against it for others and ensure that one's own movements do not disturb.

The hexagram means resisting change, it does not mean stopping all movement.

To act but the heare and the now, act on the here and now, let the future take care of its self. Do not thhink in what you see it can be. The advice of the oracle is to allow the natural process of creation to bring the project to what it will be.

Mountains standing close together:
The image of Keeping Still
Thus the Superior Person
Will not allow his thoughts
To go beyond his situation

Ken also stands for stillness, the body is still and the spine straight as in sitting meditation. By keeping the spine straight and remaining still one imitates a mountain. Keeping Still means stopping and withdrawing into seclusion in order to cultivate the spirit. Ken represents a faithful guardian. His symbol is the faithful dog, a protector and companion or a watchman. He stands guard at the pathway to higher realms but he acts as a shepherd or helper to seekers but guards against the unworthy.
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