23. Po - Splitting Apart ----- -- -- above Kên Keeping Still, Mountain -- -- -- -- -- -- below K'un The Receptive, Earth -- -- The Judgement Splitting Apart. It does not further one To go anywhere. The Image The mountain rests on the earth: The image of Splitting Apart. Thus those above can ensure their position Only by giving generously to those below. The Lines Six at the beginning means: The leg of the bed is split. Those who persevere are destroyed. Misfortune. Six in the second place means: The bed is split at the edge. Those who persevere are destroyed. Misfortune. Six in the third place means: He splits with them. No blame. Six in the fourth place means: The bed is split up to the skin. Misfortune. Six in the fifth place means: A shoal of fishes. Favor comes through the court ladies. Everything acts to further. () Nine at the top means: There is a large fruit still uneaten. The superior man receives a carriage. The house of the inferior man is split apart.
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