I Ching Hexagram #13: Kindred

  The Ancient Duke in Chinese tradition was a great man. His grandson, King Wen, was the man famous for creating the arrangement of the I Ching as we now know it. That little broken line in this hexagram represents the Ancient Duke – a great yin leader amongst many yang players.…

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I Ching Hexagram #12: Misfortune

  In this hexagram, the downward energy of Earth and the upward energy of Heaven cause the two trigrams to disconnect and go their separate ways. For things to be created, energy must be mixed and it definitely is not mixing well here! This hexagram represents Fall. Summer is over…

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I Ching Hexagram #9: Small Accumulation

This hexagram is all about the little things. I loved what Hua Ching Ni wrote about this hexagram, “One has to practice the healthy way daily and unconditionally. Without daily practice, the little progress one makes will quickly wither away.” I often find while studying these hexagrams that the one…

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