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Hexagram 56 unchanging as advice on (mind you) travelling abroad

littlebuddha

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So, what do you reckon it says in terms of travelling advice? (It's an actual casting of mine, mind you!) Not to carry too much stuff, to keep on the safe side an general, to behave properly/ 'modestly', stick with the right peeps, respect local legislation... (Great advice i must say! ;)) What else do you think Hexagram 56 unchanging is saying?
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Maybe to keep in mind it's all temporary (obviously) Not to get snagged up on anything. When travelling one has good days....and bad days so an experienced traveller once told me. He told me there's days you feel lonely and everything goes wrong and there's wonderful days too....so you don't pay the bad days too much mind . You don't need to get too involved with anything or anyone if you are just passing through. Just adapt to the customs around you and don't draw too much attention to yourself. If it's obvious you are a traveller you can be vulnerable in some places so try to blend into the scenery. Keep your focus ahead of you...
 

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Dear Trojan,
these are GOLDEN WORDS "You don't need to get too involved with anything or anyone if you are just passing through. Just adapt to the customs around you and don't draw too much attention to yourself. If it's obvious you are a traveller you can be vulnerable in some places so try to blend into the scenery. Keep your focus ahead of you..." Thank you so much for this insight! It applies to other areas of my life too, not only to this journey... (for life is a journey unto itself ...;)) Thank you once again,i did need to read this ! :bows:

Maybe to keep in mind it's all temporary (obviously) Not to get snagged up on anything. When travelling one has good days....and bad days so an experienced traveller once told me. He told me there's days you feel lonely and everything goes wrong and there's wonderful days too....so you don't pay the bad days too much mind . You don't need to get too involved with anything or anyone if you are just passing through. Just adapt to the customs around you and don't draw too much attention to yourself. If it's obvious you are a traveller you can be vulnerable in some places so try to blend into the scenery. Keep your focus ahead of you...
 

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