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The bit about calmness...

It is good to do before you cast,
as a way to know if you want or need to ask the question.
Half of the questions I consider asking, I do not ask, after sitting in a moment of calm.
 

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Good point. I can live with that. If you use calmness to keep you from consulting the oracle, fine.
 

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Up until recently, I had this idea that if I cleared my mind so my thoughts were only on my question, I would get a response that had fewer changing lines than if I wasn't centered. This went along with my other idea of not looking at the lines as I cast them because I would then get too caught up with how they would turn out ('oh, I've got four unchanging lines in a row. Will the next one be the same ...?' Or, 'I've cast four lines alternating yin and yang; can I continue this with the last two lines?')

But ... after watching this video I did a query where I asked a question, then quickly - bam, bam, bam - tapped the button (online on this site) - looking at the developing hexagram the entire time! - and guess what? I ended up with a hexagram WITH NO CHANGING LINES!

... but that does leave me with another burning question: why was I thinking that having fewer changing lines is better than more changing lines?

Best, David.
 

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... but that does leave me with another burning question: why was I thinking that having fewer changing lines is better than more changing lines? Best, David.
Personally I prefer fewer changing lines but that is because I am lazy by nature and more moving lines often means more work to do. But for me the general idea of moving lines is this: a moving line means that there is too much yin or yang at that location. 'Too much' means that it is not balanced, and that is why the line is changing to regain balance. The more moving lines the more there is to rebalance.

This is similar to what Ruli Jushi 如ç�†å±…士 says in his book 《文王å�¦å¯†ç¢¼å¤§ç*´è§£ã€‹: å�¦äº¤ç�¨ç™¼ï¼Œæ‰€å�*之事較為單純,越多爻動,所å�*之事越複雜。"With a single line moving the situation for which the divination is done is rather simple. The more moving lines the more complex the situation is."

I also read this somewhere on a Chinese website a few weeks ago (I should make notes of these websites). To my knowledge in old China a hexagram with a lot of moving lines was considered less preferable than a hexagram with no or only a few moving lines.

Less moving lines might not necessarily be better. But personally I find it easier to work with. Although I have some tricks up my sleeve when I have to deal with many moving lines...
 

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But personally I find it easier to work with
Welcome to the club, everyone does. :)

Have you considered that the special text for 1 and 2 is enough of a hint to comprehend how to read multiple lines?

Hilary says for example Gua 'A' Zhi 'B' Gua. I say something a little different, which is really nothing more than grammatical preference: a very B A.
(hex B being a qualitative descriptor of A)
In 8.5 (2) this is really easy to see.
 

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Welcome to the club, everyone does. :)
I don't. I don't prefer readings with fewer change lines to more, the reading is the reading. The more change lines the more the relating hexagram comes to the fore, or the more the primary is 'tipping over' to it. Also there's the change patterns to consider - and also with more change lines I think it's a case of stepping back as it were to get the bigger picture just as you would need to step away from a large painting to get a better view of it.


Many ways to read multiple lines, Hilary has a recent Blog post on it. You can read them as a story, chronologically, as alternatives etc but for me it's also often a case of zooming in with few lines and zooming out, like a camera lens for more lines. With many lines I don't think it's necessary to place too much emphasis on each line - but you already know what I think I imagine ;)- I just piped up to say not everyone has any preference for less/more change lines.
 

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Have you considered that the special text for 1 and 2 is enough of a hint to comprehend how to read multiple lines?

Hilary says for example Gua 'A' Zhi 'B' Gua. I say something a little different, which is really nothing more than grammatical preference: a very B A.
(hex B being a qualitative descriptor of A)
In 8.5 (2) this is really easy to see

Do explain about 1 and 2 ? :)
 

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Do explain about 1 and 2 ? :)

Sure!

1.1.2.3.4.5.6 (2)
Bradford: Observe a group of dragons - without a leader
Promising


is line 1 relevant? no.
There is no counsel not to act. (because of the hidden 44)
Is line 6 relevant? Nope.
There is no counsel against arrogance or exceeding ones power.

So, all these lines do is graphically represent the only way possible to get 2 as a relating using the Yi's coding system.
The lines become meaningless.
Marry hex 1 and hex 2 and you get the meaning as written with the special text. (dragon(s)= 1 + having no leader at first=2)

(remember my story of the friend and his 1>(2) situation? (he saw a group of entertainers, musicians, jugglers, and dancers who didn't have a leader, so he became their leader.)

So, all you have to do is marry the two hex's to understand the meaning. (individual line texts are already 'married' for us and apply the most when there is only one of them)

but for me it's also often a case of zooming in with few lines and zooming out
I do exactly the same, zoom in, zoom out, in, out. Then I notice that the overarching message is when zoomed real out. (sure I can see elements when there are two lines, but, to me, it feels like noticing the fresh paint on a street sign instead of the message of the sign)

I don't prefer readings with fewer change lines to more.
So, you enjoy work.
Good for you. :)
 
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1.1.2.3.4.5.6 (2)
Bradford: Observe a group of dragons - without a leader
Promising

Not read Bradford's 1.7 will look

is line 1 relevant? no.
There is no counsel not to act. (because of the hidden 44)
Is line 6 relevant? Nope.
There is no counsel against arrogance or exceeding ones power.

So, all these lines do is graphically represent the only way possible to get 2 as a relating using the Yi's coding system.
The lines become meaningless.
I get you. I think it's just the same when you have 4 or 5 change lines in any hexagram, the dialogue then becomes about the transformation of each into the other. I wouldn't completely ignore what for example 4 change lines say but they'd be quieter, just part of the change.

Marry hex 1 and hex 2 and you get the meaning as written with the special text. (dragon(s)= 1 + having no leader at first=2)

I don't know what you mean by 'special text' ? Do you mean 1.7 and 2.7 ?

(remember my story of the friend and his 1>(2) situation? (he saw a group of entertainers, musicians, jugglers, and dancers who didn't have a leader, so he became their leader.)
No don't remember.


So, all you have to do is marry the two hex's to understand the meaning. (individual line texts are already 'married' for us and apply the most when there is only one of them)

Yes and yes.


I do exactly the same, zoom in, zoom out, in, out. Then I notice that the overarching message is when zoomed real out. (sure I can see elements when there are two lines, but, to me, it feels like noticing the fresh paint on a street sign instead of the message of the sign)

I also like to notice the change patterns to me they are like the skeletons of leaves. Seeing those skeletal patterns is another layer.


I think how much you zoom in or out is pretty intuitive don't you ? I don't think it's an intellectual 'let's work this out' kind of approach. Trouble can be there's a fine line between intuition and habit so it's worth being aware of that or we can fall into using formula. However with many moving lines making a sentence out of the primary and relating is always helpful, well mostly.


So, you enjoy work.
Good for you. :)

Guess I don't consciously think of more moving lines as more work. It's like a conversation. More twists and turns in a spoken sentence don't mean more work.


I could say to you 'yes pouring more energy into this now is beneficial' as a one line type answer - say 42.1 roughly speaking


Or

I could say 'Yes pouring more energy into this is beneficial and you are indeed giving generously but be careful not to take others for granted'. (42.1.5.6 - just rough example)


The second sentence isn't a lot more work to understand is it ? Maybe it is, I guess there's a lot more ambiguity there than receiving just line 1. But isn't interpreting pleasurable so making it less like work ?
 

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I don't know what you mean by 'special text' ? Do you mean 1.7 and 2.7 ?
Yes, that's right.
I call it special text because it is the only text written for multiple change lines.
 

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... the reading is the reading.
Whatever our preferences are regarding the number of lines, or how we choose to interpret them, I think we can agree on the above. And as baby bear said, "Someone's been sleeping in my bed (and asking questions of the I Ching) and she's still there!"
 

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the reading is the reading.

Whatever our preferences are regarding the number of lines, or how we choose to interpret them, I think we can agree on the above.

You'd be surprised at the growing trend amongst newbies to read hexagrams and lines they did not cast at all that isinstead of the answer they did cast Well maybe not that surprised you can see for yourself.


And as baby bear said, "Someone's been sleeping in my bed (and asking questions of the I Ching) and she's still there!"

You've lost me :confused: Sorry we seem to have a communication problem lately - but I don't know what this illustrates ?
 

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You'd be surprised at the growing trend amongst newbies to read hexagrams and lines they did not cast at all ...
Agreed, however the 'we' of my post was the few of us active on this thread, and our discussion was about how to deal with the lines we do get in a reading, not those we don't. I can't remember if harmen's rules covers this or not?

You've lost me :confused: I don't know what this illustrates ?
Well, it was written while it was perhaps too early, dark and cold here, and i wasn't quite awake, but ... our discussion of the number of lines reminded me of the 3 bears too hot/too cold, too big/too small, too hard/too soft story, where in the end you end up with the reading you get, lines and all: missing porrage, a broken chair, and a strange young girl in your bed! (admittedly obscure).
 
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I can't remember if harmen's rules covers this or not?
That would be rule no. 11 . Rule/habit no. 12: you ask the Yijing "what should I do?" and your interpretation is "everything is going to be alright!"
 

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You'd be surprised at the growing trend amongst newbies to read hexagrams and lines they did not cast at all that isinstead of the answer they did cast.
One of the reasons this happens is because the author of Ichingonline does it.
When you use the cast tool there,
it generates the hex(s), the changing lines are stressed as red, but when you click the 'read lines' it follows the 'erroneous method' of telling you to read a line you didn't get, or it selects one and ignores the others.


So, that website is both attracting people to and corrupting Yi study.
 

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One of the reasons this happens is because the author of Ichingonline does it.
When I went to the site, and did a query "what is wrong with this website?" it gave me 57.3.6 > 29. It did highlight my changing lines (3, 6) in red but you are right, you can then click on any of the lines and read about that line regardless if they are 'moving' or not.

I think one reason for this is based on the instructions the site has for reading the lines:

"There is one Changing Line," ... "There are two Changing Lines," ... all the way to ...

"There are four Changing Lines," and the instruction is to "Read the upper NON-changing line" ... and ...

"There are five Changing Lines'" where the instruction is to "Read the only NON-changing line."

So, with these instructions, the site pretty much has to give you access to all the lines in order to follow them.

I'm not sure if this is a true 'corruption' of the Yi, as I don't know what the source is for these instructions for reading the lines (though I do know there is a variety of such instructions). There is an email link if you have questions (and maybe to suggest that they be clearer in their reading lines instructions, but then again, it also says "The site was not supported since 1995 and many links did not work anymore," which makes me wonder if anyone will respond?

It might be left to us then to continue to do remediation and recommend this site instead for readings and instruction.

Best, David.
 

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Yes, found it, wondered where it was coming from and as these places have no forums, no responsibility to people, the people that go there end up here for us to mop up the spillage they have created. I mean why would anyone give these instructions to someone who never consulted Yi before



Very short instruction for the Changing Lines:

Changing Lines transform into their polar opposite during the course of your consultation.
When there are more than one lines changing, there is a problem in interpretation; if these lines are contradictory, which one to choose?
At I Ching Online we have chosen to apply a set of rules to determine the one Changing Line that prevails as an answer to your question.

This one Changing Line is selected initially, but you can read about any Changing (red) Line by clicking on it.
Changing Lines are part of the answer to your question, but any NON-changing (black) Line can be read as well by clicking on it.
(Clicking the Hexagram Lines tab again will reset.)

Although this set of rules is old and widespread, it is just one of many methods that can be found to handle this delicate issue.
Consider it a guideline, which is not compelling at all.

The following rules are applied for the seven possible number of changing lines:

0.

There are no Changing Lines.

Read only the Cast Hexagram.

1.

There is one Changing Line.

Consult this changing line.

2.

There are two Changing Lines.

If both lines are Six (Old Yin) or Nine (Old Yang), the Upper Line applies.
If one is Six and the other Nine, the Six prevails. (* See "Instruction page".)

3.

There are three Changing Lines.

The middle line counts.

4.

There are four Changing Lines.

Read the upper NON-changing line.

5.

There are five Changing Lines.

Read the only NON-changing line.

6.

All lines are Changing.

Only the Transformed Hexagram applies.
With two exceptions: If all lines are Six or all lines are Nine, read both Cast Hexagram and Transformed Hexagram.

Interesting that there is now a steadyish stream of people following that turning up on SR and presenting lines they didn't cast for interpretation. Well at least it says these aren't 'compelling'.


Crossed posts with David


It might be left to us then to continue to do remediation and recommend this site instead for readings and instruction.

yes I do think this place, SR at least, mops up all the troubled misinformed people from those kinds of places but why are they being used [MENTION=252]hilary[/MENTION] instead of the online casting tool here ? As a regular respondent in SR I have to say I think they, the sites in question, are a nuisance. I guess it must be they appear first in Google or whatever.
 
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"When there are more than one lines changing, there is a problem in interpretation; if these lines are contradictory, which one to choose?"

The problem in interpretation is the erroneous idea that you choose a line.
(then if you focus on that line, you'll probably look at the hex that would change into, and ignore the actual related text you got, compounding error.)


Ok, so instead of saying 'corrupting' (for example saying 52 means To Go),
I will say misinforming.
 
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Most of these sites copy the rules that are given in Alfred Huang's book, which are a modification of Zhu Xi's original rules.
 

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.... Interesting that there is now a steadyish stream of people following that turning up on SR and presenting lines they didn't cast for interpretation.
Well, given what shows up in the Shared Readings, I really think this is the least of our worries! :cool:

D.
 

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Thanks! Now I know who to blame.
I wonder, do we really know that Alfred Huang's method of dealing with the moving lines is wrong or faulty? Or is it just how people are applying it?

I know that the Mothering Change web site has an I Ching generator that generates a reading, but then suggests consulting only one of the moving lines (assuming you have more); however, it gives you all the lines associated with the Hexagram and leaves it to you to consult the recommended line.

Bradford Hatcher (vol II) describes a method which designates a certain line or lines as the 'ruling' lines for each hexagram, which are said to capture the essence or character of that hexagram - Line 5 for Hex. 1, Line 6 for Hex 23 and so on. Maybe Mother Change's recommendations are based on this? I just don't know.

Best, D.
 

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I don't think anyone is saying it is wrong or faulty in itself if that is what a person chooses but for newbies using online casting tools so they sometimes don't even know what a change line is, well it just compounds the confusion. I had wondered why total newbies who weren't yet clear on how to cast a hexagram by hand, no clear idea of how lines connected to relating hexagram yet, were showing up with all these rules that appear to make sure one never actually considers the answer received. Doesn't seem a great way to start, they would be better off just doing the free beginners course here then exploring other methods later if they want.
 
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I wonder, do we really know that Alfred Huang's method of dealing with the moving lines is wrong or faulty?
I really know it's wrong.

It was made about 1400 years after the Zhou Yi, by a Confucian scholar from a different clan of people who focused his studies on other books (instead of I Ching), I think Yi study may have been a minor for him. I find it ironic that he neglected the book that Confucious held so dear and close to hand (even as tiles on his belt.)


Bradford Hatcher (vol II) describes a method which designates a certain line or lines as the 'ruling' lines for each hexagram, which are said to capture the essence or character of that hexagram - Line 5 for Hex. 1, Line 6 for Hex 23 and so on.
That is not a method of interpretation.

That is simply recognition that certain lines 'embody the spirit' of the Hexagram, having a meaning that is close to or same as the Image or Hex meaning as a whole. He is not telling you to ignore some lines and embrace others.
 

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Thanks.
I really know it's wrong. It was made about 1400 years after the Zhou Yi, by a Confucian scholar from a different clan of people who focused his studies on other books (instead of I Ching).
I do not disagree at all. I was mainly expressing my curiosity (and ignorance) about this practice or method. I will only add that a lot of 'methods of interpretation' shared and used on this site are 'in addition to' the I Ching; for example, Shadow (and Ideal) hexagrams, some of the various methods of nuclear hexagram interpretation, The Patterns (hexagrams) of Change; different ways of interpreting the trigrams, and so on. I get the sense that sometimes we pick what works for us - often regardless of its source - but then if we don't like some other method we'll say "that's not part of the original Yi," or "that came so much later," or some such thing.

That is not a method of interpretation. That is simply recognition that certain lines 'embody the spirit' of the Hexagram, having a meaning that is close to or same as the Image or Hex meaning as a whole. He is not telling you to ignore some lines and embrace others
Again, I don't disagree. I was only wondering if this 'recognition' of certain lines might be what is behind some of the methods that have us select and read only one moving line (over others). Again, a question of curiosity about something I know very little about.

Best, David.
 

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I don't think anyone is saying it is wrong or faulty in itself if that is what a person chooses but for newbies using online casting tools so they sometimes don't even know what a change line is, well it just compounds the confusion. I had wondered why total newbies who weren't yet clear on how to cast a hexagram by hand, no clear idea of how lines connected to relating hexagram yet, were showing up with all these rules that appear to make sure one never actually considers the answer received. Doesn't seem a great way to start, they would be better off just doing the free beginners course here then exploring other methods later if they want.
Yep. I'd say that there is a whole bunch of stuff on the web about the I Ching that is wrong or faulty (or lame or just plain crap), or is maybe just confusing. Whatever we call it, it certainly muddles people's understanding and use of the Yi.

Equally problematic, I think, is that people often expect instant answers and results, so are quick to label and misinterpret what is being said by the Yi's responses. Or, as you said, sometimes people want to abdicate their decision-making abilities or their responsibilities to a magical entity. Or, they simply want to read into a response what they want to hear: i.e. "I got x.1.3 moving to y, so the Yi is telling I should continue to stalk this person and they will love me for it!"

I guess my point is that confusing web sites with various rules and such are just part of the problem. :duh:

Best, David.
 

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yes I do think this place, SR at least, mops up all the troubled misinformed people from those kinds of places but why are they being used [MENTION=252]hilary[/MENTION] instead of the online casting tool here ? As a regular respondent in SR I have to say I think they, the sites in question, are a nuisance. I guess it must be they appear first in Google or whatever.
Sorry, slow as a wet week here. Yes, I'd blame Google too. We'll have to buy them out.
 

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Many ways to read multiple lines, Hilary has a recent Blog post on it. You can read them as a story, chronologically, as alternatives etc but for me it's also often a case of zooming in with few lines and zooming out, like a camera lens for more lines. With many lines I don't think it's necessary to place too much emphasis on each line - but you already know what I think I imagine ;)- I just piped up to say not everyone has any preference for less/more change lines.
It all depends upon how one breaks apart the hexagram, and put them back together again.

By way of example:

Upper Trigram 4 ☳
Upper Nuclear Trigram 2 ☱
Lower Nuclear Trigram 1 ☰
Lower Trigram 5 ☴

Upper Moving Trigram 3 ☲
Upper Moving Nuclear Trigram 2 ☱
Lower Moving Nuclear Trigram 1 ☰
Lower Moving Trigram 1 ☰

Upper Interlaced Trigram 2 ☱
Lower Interlaced Trigram 6 ☵

Moving Upper Interlaced Trigram 1 ☰
Moving Lower Interlaced Trigram 2 ☱

Golden Trigram 2 ☱
Upper Golden Trigram 1 ☰
Lower Golden Trigram 1 ☰

P6 4 ☳
P5 2 ☱
P4 1 ☰
P3 5 ☴
M6 3 ☲
M5 2 ☱
M4 1 ☰
M3 1 ☰
N6 2 ☱
N5 1 ☰
N4 1 ☰
N3 1 ☰
X6 2 ☱
X5 1 ☰
X4 1 ☰
X3 1 ☰
I1 6 ☵
I2 2 ☱
G 2 ☱

Cast Hexagram 32 ䷟
Moving Hexagram 14 ䷍
Nuclear Hexagram 43 ䷪
Moving Nuclear Hexagram 43 ䷪
Interlaced Hexagram 60 ䷻
Married Hexagram 47 ䷮
Golden Hexagram 1 ䷀
Inverse Hexagram 42 ䷩
Reverse Hexagram 31 ䷞
Evolved Hexagram 32 ䷟

Moving Interlaced Hexagram 10 ䷉
Moving Married Hexagram 43 ䷪
Moving Inverse Hexagram 8 ䷇
Moving Reverse Hexagram 13 ䷌
Moving Evolved Hexagram 14 ䷍

Upper Hexagram 54 ䷵
Lower Hexagram 44 ䷫
Upper Nuclear Hexagram 38 ䷥
Lower Nuclear Hexagram 1 ䷀

Preceding FuXi 15 ䷎
Successor FuXi 16 ䷏
Preceding King Wen 31 ䷞
Successor King Wen 33 ䷠
Preceding Ma Wang Dui 44 ䷫
Successor Ma Wang Dui 3 ䷂
Preceding Base 27 ䷚
Successor Base 43 ䷪
Preceding Govinda 31 ䷞
Successor Govinda 33 ䷠
Preceding LianShanyi 0 ☯ Not Implemented
Successor Lianshanyi 0 ☯ Not Implemented
Preceding Guicangy 0 ☯ Not Implemented
Successor Guicangy 0 ☯ Not Implemented
Preceding Cullinane 52 ䷳
Successor Cullinane 43 ䷪
Preceding 0 ☯ Not Implemented
Successor 0 ☯ Not Implemented
Preceding 0 ☯ Not Implemented
Successor 0 ☯ Not Implemented

Axillary 1 34 ䷡
Axillary 2 62 ䷽
Axillary 3 40 ䷧
Axillary 4 46 ䷭
Axillary 5 28 ䷛
Axillary 6 50 ䷱

Jin Fan 1 32 ䷟
Jin Fan 2 34 ䷡
Jin Fan 3 55 ䷶
Jin Fan 4 51 ䷲
Jin Fan 5 24 ䷗
Jin Fan 6 3 ䷂
Jin Fan 7 17 ䷐
Jin Fan 8 49 ䷰
Jin Fan 9 43 ䷪
Jin Fan 10 28 ䷛
Jin Fan 11 31 ䷞
Jin Fan 12 45 ䷬
Jin Fan 13 8 ䷇
Jin Fan 14 2 ䷁
Jin Fan 15 16 ䷏
Jin Fan 16 62 ䷽
Jin Fan 17 32 ䷟

P6 / P6 51 ䷲
P6 / P5 54 ䷵
P6 / P4 34 ䷡
P6 / P3 32 ䷟
P6 / I1 40 ䷧
P6 / I2 54 ䷵
P6 / G 54 ䷵

P5 / P6 17 ䷐
P5 / P5 58 ䷹
P5 / P4 43 ䷪
P5 / P3 28 ䷛
P5 / I1 47 ䷮
P5 / I2 58 ䷹
P5 / G 58 ䷹

P4 /P6 25 ䷘
P4 /P5 10 ䷉
P4 /P4 1 ䷀
P4 /P3 44 ䷫
P4 /I1 6 ䷅
P4 /I2 10 ䷉
P4 /G 10 ䷉

P3 /P6 42 ䷩
P3 /P5 61 ䷼
P3 /P4 9 ䷈
P3 /P3 57 ䷸
P3 /I1 59 ䷺
P3 /I2 61 ䷼
P3 /G 61 ䷼

P6 / M6 55 ䷶
P6 / M5 54 ䷵
P6 / M4 34 ䷡
P6 / M3 34 ䷡

P6 / N6 54 ䷵
P6 / N5 34 ䷡
P6 / N4 34 ䷡
P6 / N3 34 ䷡

P6 / X6 54 ䷵
P6 / X5 34 ䷡
P6 / X4 34 ䷡
P6 / X3 34 ䷡

P5 / M6 49 ䷰
P5 / M5 58 ䷹
P5 / M4 43 ䷪
P5 / M3 43 ䷪

P5 / N6 58 ䷹
P5 / N5 43 ䷪
P5 / N4 43 ䷪
P5 / N3 43 ䷪

P5 / X6 58 ䷹
P5 / X5 43 ䷪
P5 / X4 43 ䷪
P5 / X3 43 ䷪

P4 / M6 13 ䷌
P4 / M5 10 ䷉
P4 / M4 1 ䷀
P4 / M3 1 ䷀

P4 / N6 10 ䷉
P4 / N5 1 ䷀
P4 / N4 1 ䷀
P4 / N3 1 ䷀

P4 / X6 10 ䷉
P4 / X5 1 ䷀
P4 / X4 1 ䷀
P4 / X3 1 ䷀

P3 / M6 37 ䷤
P3 / M5 61 ䷼
P3 / M4 9 ䷈
P3 / M3 9 ䷈

P3 / N6 61 ䷼
P3 / N5 9 ䷈
P3 / N4 9 ䷈
P3 / N3 9 ䷈

P3 / X6 61 ䷼
P3 / X5 9 ䷈
P3 / X4 9 ䷈
P3 / X3 9 ䷈

M6 / P6 21 ䷔
M6 / P5 38 ䷥
M6 / P4 14 ䷍
M6 / P3 50 ䷱
M6 / I1 64 ䷿
M6 / I2 38 ䷥
M6 / G 38 ䷥

M5 / P6 17 ䷐
M5 / P5 58 ䷹
M5 / P4 43 ䷪
M5 / P3 28 ䷛
M5 / I1 47 ䷮
M5 / I2 58 ䷹
M5 / G 58 ䷹

M4 /P6 25 ䷘
M4 /P5 10 ䷉
M4 /P4 1 ䷀
M4 /P3 44 ䷫
M4 /I1 6 ䷅
M4 /I2 10 ䷉
M4 /G 10 ䷉

M3 /P6 25 ䷘
M3 /P5 10 ䷉
M3 /P4 1 ䷀
M3 /P3 44 ䷫
M3 /I1 6 ䷅
M3 /I2 10 ䷉
M3 /G 10 ䷉

M6 / M6 30 ䷝
M6 / M5 38 ䷥
M6 / M4 14 ䷍
M6 / M3 14 ䷍

M6 / N6 38 ䷥
M6 / N5 14 ䷍
M6 / N4 14 ䷍
M6 / N3 14 ䷍

M6 / X6 38 ䷥
M6 / X5 14 ䷍
M6 / X4 14 ䷍
M6 / X3 14 ䷍

M5 / M6 49 ䷰
M5 / M5 58 ䷹
M5 / M4 43 ䷪
M5 / M3 43 ䷪

M5 / N6 58 ䷹
M5 / N5 43 ䷪
M5 / N4 43 ䷪
M5 / N3 43 ䷪

M5 / X6 58 ䷹
M5 / X5 43 ䷪
M5 / X4 43 ䷪
M5 / X3 43 ䷪

M4 / M6 13 ䷌
M4 / M5 10 ䷉
M4 / M4 1 ䷀
M4 / M3 1 ䷀

M4 / N6 10 ䷉
M4 / N5 1 ䷀
M4 / N4 1 ䷀
M4 / N3 1 ䷀

M4 / X6 10 ䷉
M4 / X5 1 ䷀
M4 / X4 1 ䷀
M4 / X3 1 ䷀

M3 / M6 13 ䷌
M3 / M5 10 ䷉
M3 / M4 1 ䷀
M3 / M3 1 ䷀

M3 / N6 10 ䷉
M3 / N5 1 ䷀
M3 / N4 1 ䷀
M3 / N3 1 ䷀

M3 / X6 10 ䷉
M3 / X5 1 ䷀
M3 / X4 1 ䷀
M3 / X3 1 ䷀

N6 / P6 17 ䷐
N6 / P5 58 ䷹
N6 / P4 43 ䷪
N6 / P3 28 ䷛
N6 / I1 47 ䷮
N6 / I2 58 ䷹
N6 / G 58 ䷹

N5 / P6 25 ䷘
N5 / P5 10 ䷉
N5 / P4 1 ䷀
N5 / P3 44 ䷫
N5 / I1 6 ䷅
N5 / I2 10 ䷉
N5 / G 10 ䷉

N4 /P6 25 ䷘
N4 /P5 10 ䷉
N4 /P4 1 ䷀
N4 /P3 44 ䷫
N4 /I1 6 ䷅
N4 /I2 10 ䷉
N4 /G 10 ䷉

N3 /P6 25 ䷘
N3 /P5 10 ䷉
N3 /P4 1 ䷀
N3 /P3 44 ䷫
N3 /I1 6 ䷅
N3 /I2 10 ䷉
N3 /G 10 ䷉

N6 / M6 49 ䷰
N6 / M5 58 ䷹
N6 / M4 43 ䷪
N6 / M3 43 ䷪

N6 / N6 58 ䷹
N6 / N5 43 ䷪
N6 / N4 43 ䷪
N6 / N3 43 ䷪

N6 / X6 58 ䷹
N6 / X5 43 ䷪
N6 / X4 43 ䷪
N6 / X3 43 ䷪

N5 / M6 13 ䷌
N5 / M5 10 ䷉
N5 / M4 1 ䷀
N5 / M3 1 ䷀

N5 / N6 10 ䷉
N5 / N5 1 ䷀
N5 / N4 1 ䷀
N5 / N3 1 ䷀

N5 / X6 10 ䷉
N5 / X5 1 ䷀
N5 / X4 1 ䷀
N5 / X3 1 ䷀

N4 / M6 13 ䷌
N4 / M5 10 ䷉
N4 / M4 1 ䷀
N4 / M3 1 ䷀

N4 / N6 10 ䷉
N4 / N5 1 ䷀
N4 / N4 1 ䷀
N4 / N3 1 ䷀

N4 / X6 10 ䷉
N4 / X5 1 ䷀
N4 / X4 1 ䷀
N4 / X3 1 ䷀

N3 / M6 13 ䷌
N3 / M5 10 ䷉
N3 / M4 1 ䷀
N3 / M3 1 ䷀

N3 / N6 10 ䷉
N3 / N5 1 ䷀
N3 / N4 1 ䷀
N3 / N3 1 ䷀

N3 / X6 10 ䷉
N3 / X5 1 ䷀
N3 / X4 1 ䷀
N3 / X3 1 ䷀

X6 / P6 17 ䷐
X6 / P5 58 ䷹
X6 / P4 43 ䷪
X6 / P3 28 ䷛
X6 / I1 47 ䷮
X6 / I2 58 ䷹
X6 / G 58 ䷹

X5 / P6 25 ䷘
X5 / P5 10 ䷉
X5 / P4 1 ䷀
X5 / P3 44 ䷫
X5 / I1 6 ䷅
X5 / I2 10 ䷉
X5 / G 10 ䷉

X4 /P6 25 ䷘
X4 /P5 10 ䷉
X4 /P4 1 ䷀
X4 /P3 44 ䷫
X4 /I1 6 ䷅
X4 /I2 10 ䷉
X4 /G 10 ䷉

X3 /P6 25 ䷘
X3 /P5 10 ䷉
X3 /P4 1 ䷀
X3 /P3 44 ䷫
X3 /I1 6 ䷅
X3 /I2 10 ䷉
X3 /G 10 ䷉

X6 / M6 49 ䷰
X6 / M5 58 ䷹
X6 / M4 43 ䷪
X6 / M3 43 ䷪

X6 / N6 58 ䷹
X6 / N5 43 ䷪
X6 / N4 43 ䷪
X6 / N3 43 ䷪

X6 / X6 58 ䷹
X6 / X5 43 ䷪
X6 / X4 43 ䷪
X6 / X3 43 ䷪

X5 / M6 13 ䷌
X5 / M5 10 ䷉
X5 / M4 1 ䷀
X5 / M3 1 ䷀

X5 / N6 10 ䷉
X5 / N5 1 ䷀
X5 / N4 1 ䷀
X5 / N3 1 ䷀

X5 / X6 10 ䷉
X5 / X5 1 ䷀
X5 / X4 1 ䷀
X5 / X3 1 ䷀

X4 / M6 13 ䷌
X4 / M5 10 ䷉
X4 / M4 1 ䷀
X4 / M3 1 ䷀

X4 / N6 10 ䷉
X4 / N5 1 ䷀
X4 / N4 1 ䷀
X4 / N3 1 ䷀

X4 / X6 10 ䷉
X4 / X5 1 ䷀
X4 / X4 1 ䷀
X4 / X3 1 ䷀

X3 / M6 13 ䷌
X3 / M5 10 ䷉
X3 / M4 1 ䷀
X3 / M3 1 ䷀

X3 / N6 10 ䷉
X3 / N5 1 ䷀
X3 / N4 1 ䷀
X3 / N3 1 ䷀

X3 / X6 10 ䷉
X3 / X5 1 ䷀
X3 / X4 1 ䷀
X3 / X3 1 ䷀

G / P6 17 ䷐
G / P5 58 ䷹
G / P4 43 ䷪
G / P3 28 ䷛
G / I1 47 ䷮
G / I2 58 ䷹
G / G 58 ䷹

G / M6 49 ䷰
G / M5 58 ䷹
G / M4 43 ䷪
G / M3 43 ䷪

G / N6 58 ䷹
G / N5 43 ䷪
G / N4 43 ䷪
G / N3 43 ䷪

G / X6 58 ䷹
G / X5 43 ䷪
G / X4 43 ䷪
G / X3 43 ䷪

I1 / P6 3 ䷂
I1 / P5 60 ䷻
I1 / P4 5 ䷄
I1 / P3 48 ䷯
I1 / I1 29 ䷜
I1 / I2 60 ䷻
I1 / G 60 ䷻

I1 / M6 63 ䷾
I1 / M5 60 ䷻
I1 / M4 5 ䷄
I1 / M3 5 ䷄

I1 / N6 60 ䷻
I1 / N5 5 ䷄
I1 / N4 5 ䷄
I1 / N3 5 ䷄

I1 / X6 60 ䷻
I1 / X5 5 ䷄
I1 / X4 5 ䷄
I1 / X3 5 ䷄

I2 / P6 17 ䷐
I2 / P5 58 ䷹
I2 / P4 43 ䷪
I2 / P3 28 ䷛
I2 / I1 47 ䷮
I2 / I2 58 ䷹
I2 / G 58 ䷹

I2 / M6 49 ䷰
I2 / M5 58 ䷹
I2 / M4 43 ䷪
I2 / M3 43 ䷪

I2 / N6 58 ䷹
I2 / N5 43 ䷪
I2 / N4 43 ䷪
I2 / N3 43 ䷪

I2 / X6 58 ䷹
I2 / X5 43 ䷪
I2 / X4 43 ䷪
I2 / X3 43 ䷪

Feng Shui 0 32 ䷟
Feng Shui 1 0 ☯ Not Implemented

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Explaining the abbreviations:

P: Cast Hexagram
M: Moving Hexagram
N: Cast Nuclear Hexagram
X: Moving Nuclear Hexagram
I: Interlaced Hexagram
G: Golden Hexagram

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