"Youthful Inexperience" is changing to "Approaching"
In the illustration above, we can see I Ching hexagram #4 transforming to hexagram #19 with a total of 2 changing lines.
In this changing hexagram, both the upper and lower trigrams are changed from #4 to #19.
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The first hexagram #4 deconstructs into the upper trigram of Mountain above the lower trigram of Water.
The second transformed hexagram, #19, breaks down into a newly transformed upper trigram of Earth above a newly transformed lower trigram of Lake.
The starting hexagram #4:
The meaning of hexagram #4
Inexperience is a double edged sword. It leads one to make mistakes, but the mistakes are necessary in order to learn. Do not feign knowledge. Seek out experience and ask what you do not know. Over time, all gaps in knowlege will be filled.
The changing lines between hexagram 4 and hexagram 19
Changing line #1
"Discipline" - Firmness and discipline is vital to development. But remember to remove the shackles of discipline because too much leads to negative developments.
Changing line #6
"Transgressions do not Further One" - There comes a time when foolishness must be punished or when those who are foolish must be left to their own misery. Remember though, that one's response should be measured, and not the result of emotion. To overreact with a loss of control is to be foolish as well.
The future hexagram #19:
The meaning of hexagram #19
This hexagram references the positive concepts of anticipation and expectation. A time of growing power and energies which have not yet revealed themselves. Diligence and focus must be at maximal levels because a time of great flourishing is near. The period of late winter (just prior to the springtime) is also referenced here.
For more about hexagram #19, including changing lines for #19 visit the main hexagram #19 page.
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