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I Ching Hexagram #25:

Innocence Fosters Open-heartedness

How to interpret "Innocence Fosters Open-heartedness"

NOTE: This is the "Love I-Ching" interpretation. For standard, non romance-specific I Ching interpretations please return to the reference page here.

This hexagram is a reminder that underneath our exterior shells there is still a childlike innocence -- a pure inner essence, a light inside. Staying in touch with this essence is what will bring you love. Your innermost nature is curious, free from blame, and always spiritually worthy. Let your inner light shine and nothing will stand in your way of romance and deep connection. This is a time to be self-forgiving for all that you think you have done wrong. Be kind to yourself and a special someone. See the innocent child within. If you want love, be the first to give it. Set aside old wounds. Your deepest and most natural self is not to blame for old wounds. Relationship struggles occur by not knowing what you are underneath the roles that you play. Shed these roles. Be natural and unpretentious. By re-connecting with your innocent, natural purity you will connect with new love.

Changes in Line 1

"Acting with Open

heartedness"

Changes in Line 2

"Staying Present"

This line is a reminder that every interaction that comprises a relationship is its own destination. Put your attention fully on the person and the event at hand. Progress will come, but it is subject to a whole

Changes in Line 3

"Embracing Challenges"

Misfortune in romance may come without rhyme or reason at this time. Surrender to it. Don't fight the fight. There is a window of opportunity here. Attempting to live completely free of relationship challenges is a trap. Learning to embrace and see such challenges as your teachers is real freedom.

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"Ignoring Naysayers"

There may be someone who casts a shadow over your romantic life at this time. It is likely someone from your family. Whoever they are, their opinion has weighed down your heart. This line is a reminder to draw a line in the sand. Don't buy in to opinions of fools. Gossip only hurts when you've lost touch with your inner knowing.

Changes in Line 5

"Fighting Leads to Problems"

Don't fight with anyone at this time. Lay down your weapons. If a special someone judges you, realize their opinion won't last. Problems dissolve when they are not fought. Shift your attention into what is already perfect: your true gold self.

Changes in Line 6

"Staying Put"

In matters of the heart, there is no need to act at this time. The time is not yet ripe. Just watch and observe. Stay put for a few days. Count your blessings. Have faith.


A note on iFate's I Ching translation: This is not a direct translation of the original "Book of Changes" from 1000 BC. While multiple translations of the original text are available, they include many archaic references and can be difficult to understand for 21st century readers. iFate uses our own modern rewritings (two different editions) of the "Book of Changes" which makes interpreting I Ching readings far simpler. For iFate's additional contemporary re-writing of the original text, see our "Love I Ching" translation.

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