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rosada said:Can you give us an example?
lightofreason said:In complex contexts we need to restore balance and so we can use the IC to indicate to us what is the 'best fit' given a hexagram representing inbalance.
Thus if we have an inbalance represented by 23, here where the pruning is extreme (lots of energy being put in to removing the chaff from the wheat etc whereas 23 in its under-played form is about simple 'housekeeping' - fluff the cushions, straighten the books etc.) then the indication re re-establishing balance is described by analogy to the 63-ness of 23:
000001 (23)
101010 (63)
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101011 (37) - introduce a firm structure, a rigid hierarchy, to allow for tension release. In other words as excessive pruning can start to cut up the flowers just as much as removing the weeds, we reduce the excess through establishing a clear order of things - all must be in its 'right' place where there is no competition for what is a flower vs what is a weed - we do what we do and no more, no less. (this of course takes practice but given the knowledge of a need for 37 so we get an idea of what to head for)
Overall, the excess of pruning etc requires discipline to restore balance.
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Chris.
yly2pg1 said:is XORing with Hex63 the only option to achieve balance and stability?
Nash Equilibrium works off no one 'winning' since the 63-ness is the 'best fit' for equilibrium for all involved given the GENERAL description of the situation by some hexagram.
It is possible to have mutliple NE in a context but that implies that shifting scale will sum them to produce a more general NE to cover all of them ( ahexagram that covers both in general meaning etc)
The main thing in game theory etc is the mixing of strategies and each line read from bottom to top of a hexagram reflects some form of strategy. 63 is the 'perfect fit' of mixing the strategies in that it starts extreme (yang - far from equilibrium) and oscillates across yin/yang line order to eventually finish 'yin' - and so a representative of equilibrium IN GENERAL.
Clarity,
Office 17622,
PO Box 6945,
London.
W1A 6US
United Kingdom
Phone/ Voicemail:
+44 (0)20 3287 3053 (UK)
+1 (561) 459-4758 (US).