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please give me guidlines how to use the I ching: hexagram 43.5 changing to 34

simulacrum

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Dear All,
recently I have been asking questions 2-3 questions everyday in the last few days exploring some questions important to me, regarding,my daughter's health, some official situation , and personal question regarding social networking all for which I got fairly direct answers which I could understand with the help of the forum and books.
I was wondering whether my questioning was becoming too frequent and hence I asked for some guidlines, the reply was 43.5 changing to 34.
please help me understand the oracle's answer.
thanking you
 

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I was wondering whether my questioning was becoming too frequent and hence I asked for some guidlines.
43.5 > 34


The quality of the answers depend on the quality of the effort put into it. It takes time and effort to engage one's better self, and that is where good answers come from. If you are asking several questions a day about the details of your life, it is unlikely that you will get the quality answers that will help you.


Nine in the fifth place means:
In dealing with weeds,
Firm resolution is necessary.
Walking in the middle
Remains free of blame.

Taking 'weeds' as the problems about which you inquire, the line suggests moderation, that is, fewer consultations and that you struggle (34) with each query rather than stopping with the first comforting thing that comes to mind. You might consider "Heritage of Change" by Wallace Sherrill.

http://www.onlineclarity.co.uk/friends/showthread.php?t=14708

Sherrill discounts divination but advocates a philosophical and ethical approach to the I Ching which I think would benefit many who over cast.
 

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I was wondering whether my questioning was becoming too frequent and hence I asked for some guidlines.
43.5 > 34


The quality of the answers depend on the quality of the effort put into it. It takes time and effort to engage one's better self, and that is where good answers come from. If you are asking several questions a day about the details of your life, it is unlikely that you will get the quality answers that will help you.


Nine in the fifth place means:
In dealing with weeds,
Firm resolution is necessary.
Walking in the middle
Remains free of blame.

Taking 'weeds' as the problems about which you inquire, the line suggests moderation, that is, fewer consultations and that you struggle (34) with each query rather than stopping with the first comforting thing that comes to mind. You might consider "Heritage of Change" by Wallace Sherrill.

http://www.onlineclarity.co.uk/friends/showthread.php?t=14708

Sherrill discounts divination but advocates a philosophical and ethical approach to the I Ching which I think would benefit many who over cast.

am thankful for your clarification, pocossin........will read the book you have suggested.best wishes:):)
 

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