I Ching Hexagrams – Enthusiasm: meaning of the lines
Line 1: At this place there is a yin line instead of a yang. This means a weakened dangerous situation. It shows self-sufficiency that is guarded and tried be hold back by the strong fourth line.
Line 2: The second line denotes a person who is handles well-being consciously. He/She doesn’t give him/herself to exaggerated fling, stays sober and thus he/she is an example that is worth to be followed.
Line 3: The third line supports constructively the fourth one, but it wants to support it beyond measure. What’s needed is not flattery but help.
Line 4: This is the hexagram’s central line that is in a harmonious and joyful place. This line unites people and with their support it reaches its goals.
Line 5: The fifth line symbolizes a person who neglects the duties by pursuing pleasures thus the fourth line needs help. In the lack of self-control it becomes useless.
Line 6: This line shows that happiness is only the result of self-delusion. You can avoid trouble by change.