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    Hi Sevnrus,

    Be free to use it but please correct following number.

    Quote Originally Posted by tuckchang View Post
    The sequence 41 – 45

    After the drought has been dissolved, the villain dismissed and the crisis alleviated in the hexagram Xie (40). How to economize the use of resources from those below to those above (in the form of masculinity adding to femininity) is the subject of the hexagram Sun (41). In the era of Sun, those below enrich those above according to their capability and the necessity, and balance is the optimal status which need be reached; those above must cherish the enrichment from those below; actually the enrichment from those below is their contribution to the country.

    In the hexagram Sun (41) those below diminish themselves so as to enrich those above, while in the hexagram Yi (42), those above diminish themselves to enrich those below. The king makes use of the very valuable tortoise (the tribute of those below in hex 41) to worship Heaven to bless his people. The enrichment must be sincerely & trustworthily carried out in a fair manner and must be a long term project for the better future instead of some political measures just to please the people.

    Enrichment (42) continues ceaselessly and becomes brimful; it will definitely break and burst. Line 6 of the hexagram Yi (42) gets used to enrichment and becomes insatiably avaricious; no one will enrich it but rather attack it. Therefore the hexagram Guai (43) is granted after it, wherein the masculine unveils the evil behaviors of villains in public and is getting rid of the feminine.
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    In this thread on #32 it's like I copied it. But I have just corrected it according to Your advicement, #71.
    Awakening in young Yang,
    fulfilling in old Yang,
    enjoying in young Yin,
    resting in old Yin.
    The daily, annual and existencial cyclus.

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    Hi Tuck,

    How is it going with the publishing of your book ?
    I've been used to take your most usefull sequence-explanation (#70, above link) in mind every time I seek clarity in a reading.
    Good luck !
    Awakening in young Yang,
    fulfilling in old Yang,
    enjoying in young Yin,
    resting in old Yin.
    The daily, annual and existencial cyclus.

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    Hi svenus,

    I am now starting proofreading under the assistance of a forum member. I don’t know when it can be accomplished but it is a big step forward to the target.

    Thank you for the encouragement.

    Regards
    Tuck

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    Hope the best. I get at least as much out of your translation as when reading Richard Wilhelm. I even like it more as R.W. can seem too ceremonious in his (or rather Lao Nai-hsüan's) unravellings.
    Awakening in young Yang,
    fulfilling in old Yang,
    enjoying in young Yin,
    resting in old Yin.
    The daily, annual and existencial cyclus.

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