"The Well" is changing to "Conflict"
Above, we can see I Ching hexagram #48 changing to hexagram #6 with a total of 3 changing lines.
In this transformation, both the upper and lower trigrams are seen transitioning from #48 to #6.
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The beginning hexagram #48 can be broken down into the upper trigram of Water on top of the lower trigram of Wind.
The successive transformed hexagram, #6, deconstructs into a new, changed upper trigram of Heaven on top of a new, changed lower trigram of Water.
The starting hexagram #48:
The meaning of hexagram #48
An inexhaustible supply of water and sustenance are referenced by this hexagram. This is a time to make good use of all your resources. But if the well seems to have run dry, or the supply cannot be accessed, the solution lies in banding together with others for the good of all. This is a time to group together despite differences. It is time to draw from the well of knowledge. Let life itself sustain you. The wise person knows that despite superficial differences, we are all the same on the inside. Draw your sustenance from the entire kingdom. Good can come from anywhere and everywhere.
The changing lines between hexagram 48 and hexagram 6
Changing line #3
"Clear Water"- The water in your well is pure. Drink it. This means don't let good people go to waste. They are here to support you. Drink from the well of support.
Changing line #4
"Repairing the Well"- This is a good time for redesigning relationships, in both business and pleasure. Discuss the agendas and the agreements you are operating from. Make changes if necessary.
Changing line #6
"Sharing the Well"- Just as the well is used by the entire town, the wise individual shares their services and empowers everyone they meet with their resources. Your inner wealth is inexhaustible, and the more you give the more you get.
The future hexagram #6:
The meaning of hexagram #6
The message of this hexagram is that even those who go through life with good-will and the best intentions will at times meet with hostility and powerful opposition. At this time it is advised that conflict be avoided, for conflict at this time (even if justified) will lead to more serious setbacks. There are times when a "cautious halt" can be far more powerful than the most aggressive response.
For more about hexagram #6, including changing lines for #6 visit the main hexagram #6 page.
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