"Pitfalls" is changing to "Fellowship"
Here, we see I Ching hexagram #29 changing to hexagram #13 with a total of 5 changing lines.
In this changing hexagram, both the upper and lower trigrams are transformed from #29 to #13.
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The starting hexagram #29 deconstructs into the upper trigram of Water over a matching lower trigram of Water.
The secondary transformed hexagram, #13, is composed of a newly transformed upper trigram of Heaven over a newly transformed lower trigram of Fire.
The starting hexagram #29:
The meaning of hexagram #29
Dangers and challenges are indicated in this unwelcome hexagram. Faith and connection to others are your lifelines during this doubly dangerous time. Confront all dangers headfirst. Summon your strength and rise to the call. This is a time to take charge. Don't run away from yourself or your problems. To give up at this time may prove disastrous.
The changing lines between hexagram 29 and hexagram 13
Changing line #1
"Falling into an Abyss"- Any attempt to fight what is happening could make the situation worse. True surrender is your savior. Resistance is futile. Ride out the current bad situation and soon it will be over.
Changing line #2
"Rejoice in Small Gains"- This line is a reminder that there is light in the dark. Place attention on the positive, no matter how small or insignificant it may seem. Attention on the positive makes it grow stronger.
Changing line #3
"The Power of Waiting"- Stay put. Don't act one way or the other. Herein lies your strength.
Changing line #4
"The Power of Sincerity"- This line is a reminder to keep things simple and pure. With honest intentions, you will see an open window and let more light in to the situation
Changing line #6
"Imprisonment"- The shackles you wear have grown tight. Come to grips with what is happening. Within three years time the light will shine brightly again
The future hexagram #13:
The meaning of hexagram #13
A social framework is at issue in this hexagram, which references groups of friends and the ties that bind them. Trust is important here, but also a willingness to put others before oneself. As in all fellowships, there is a pecking order. Some within are higher and some are lower. When this order is threatened, the entire fellowship can be threatened as well. Also referenced here is the concept of those who are inside the fellowship vs. those that are outside.
For more about hexagram #13, including changing lines for #13 visit the main hexagram #13 page.
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