"Breaking Through" is changing to "Steps"
In the illustration seen here, we can see I Ching hexagram #43 transitioning to hexagram #10 with a total of 2 changing lines.
In this changing hexagram, both the upper and lower trigrams are transformed from #43 to #10.
Have you tried iFate's amazing free I Ching readings?
Click here to consult the I Ching oracle.
The first hexagram #43 is built from the upper trigram of Lake positioned above the lower trigram of Heaven.
The secondary transformed hexagram, #10, deconstructs into a transformed upper trigram of Heaven positioned above a transformed lower trigram of Lake.
The starting hexagram #43:
The meaning of hexagram #43
Pressure has been building for some time. Now, like water cracking and bursting through a dam, old restraints are being broken. The river overflows the dam. The truthful finally cast aside the untrue. Tension gives way to motion. Powerful action has been a long time coming. The influences of those who are beneath you suddenly mean very little. A cloudburst. The months of April and May may have special significance to this hexagram.
The changing lines between hexagram 43 and hexagram 10
Changing line #3
"Severing Ties"- Be willing to walk alone if others do not share your cause. If someone does remain by your side who does not share your vision, you must find a way to avoid participation in their negative mindset. Cut yourself off from their negativity by listening to your own positive voice. Turn attention inward, not outward, and you will vanquish problems
Changing line #6
"Not Letting Struggles Stop You"- If you are not resolved to fully and finally break free of inner strife, this may be a time of misfortune. The wise person walks away from an unhealthy mindset and doesn't let inner struggles stop them from taking their next steps in life.
The future hexagram #10:
The meaning of hexagram #10
This simple looking hexagram relates to circumstances which might be inherently risky. In most cases treading in dangerous places is inadvisable. At this time however, there is very little danger. It is written in the ancient Book of Changes that "One steps on the tail of a tiger at his or her own risk" but the appearance of this hexagram suggests that right now such an act would be ignored (or even seen as playful). A more general reference here could be a mingling of people belonging to different social backgrounds. This sign is typically positive.
For more about hexagram #10, including changing lines for #10 visit the main hexagram #10 page.
Questions about love and romance? Have you tried iFate's amazing, free
Love I Ching readings?
Click here to consult the I Ching about your love-life.