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Where is my check from client x? hexagram 41.2.5.6>3

i chaching

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I believe I put the check in my pocket. I had a second job after this morning job. I had put a tube of solvent in my pocket, and used it at this second job to remove some spots in their carpet, mainly in one of the bedrooms I cleaned. I had an air-mover fan in use, in order to facilitate the drying of the carpet. Maybe the check blew under the bed? But I also would have emptied my pocket outside, to put the solvent back in my van. So maybe it blew into their flower beds (sprouting)? Or maybe it's in my van, even though I already looked? Maybe I need to search the van more thoroughly (emptying a vessel). I checked and double checked all the usual places (pockets, emptied my wallet, clipboard). Maybe the reading says to just call my client and ask for a new check? This has never happened to me before, with a client's check. Anybody picking up on a reading or imagery from this?

Thanks a lot!
 

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This will be difficult to find but you'll find it eventually.

Is it possible it fell into a container of liquid? Check narrow passageways, small roads (driveway), rocky areas - possibly trees (aka papers). Also, northeast / left - if that means anything here.

Good luck.

Jon
 
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Where is my check from client x?
41.2.5.6 > 3


I understand hexagram 41 to visually represent the hole drilled in a plastron and 3 to be the carriage of an official. Check containers in the van -- glove compartment, tool boxes, and the document holder on the visor, if you have one. And spread the papers on the clipboard.
 

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I found the check today!!! I wasn't even looking for it, which is usually when you find things, right? It was in my van, on the floor, between the driver & passenger seats. I have a couple boxes sitting there too, which is probably how I missed it. I've been so busy, I haven't had time to completely empty the van to look for it.

So I think I was right with the "emptying a vessel." Also, the "narrow passageway" makes sense. As well as "carriage of an official," of course. Thanks 1eleven and pocossin for being a part of the search team.
 

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