I Ching Hexagram 44 Changing to Hexagram 13

#44.1,2 > #13
You are viewing the transition page for hexagram #44 to #13. — There's more information on the main hexagram #44 page

"Coming Together"   is changing to   "Fellowship"

In the illustration seen here, we can see I Ching hexagram #44 transitioning to hexagram #13 with a total of 2 changing lines.

In this transformation, the transition occurs only in the lower trigram during the shift from #44 to #13.


Have you tried iFate's award-winning free I Ching readings?
Click here to ask the I Ching anything.


Heaven Wind
Heaven Fire

The starting hexagram #44 deconstructs into the upper trigram of Heaven over the lower trigram of Wind.

The successive completed hexagram, #13, is composed of a preserved upper trigram of Heaven over a transformed lower trigram of Fire.


The starting hexagram #44:
"Coming Together"

The meaning of hexagram #44

This is a good time to examine all the people in your life and ponder why you are connected to them. Look for the higher purpose in all relationships. Consider what this shared journey is teaching you. Don't judge people by their appearances. What lies beneath our outer appearance is what counts most. Form ties with intelligent people who support and share your own intelligence. Connect with like-minded souls. This may not be the best time to solidify a relationship or business partnership. Instead explore why people come together or don't come together in the first place. Coming together must be free of ulterior motives.


The changing lines between hexagram 44 and hexagram 13

Changing line #1

"Avoiding Hungry Bears"- Keep a look out for "hungry bears." These are people who drain your energy and are power hungry. This is a time to assemble your team of comrades slowly and wisely.

Changing line #2

"Separating the Fish" - This is a time to keep closed-hearted people at bay. Swim in other waters. Don't let others contaminate your peace of mind.


The future hexagram #13:
"Fellowship"

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.


Questions about love and romance? Have you tried iFate's award-winning, free
Love I Ching readings?
Click here to consult the I Ching about your love-life.


More ifate logo I Ching: