I Ching Hexagrams – Fellowship with the Men: meaning of the lines
Line 1: It symbolizes someone standing at the door. This line encourages you to get out from that room and let other people know you and understand you. This way there won’t be any problems.
Line 2: It’s not good for the group to split up into smaller parties. You need the collaboration of the whole group to succeed. Stay away from the sole relation with the leader.
Line 3: It symbolizes a warrior who can’t be tolerant and broad-minded. He/she is only good for leading bandits, but not for cooperating in the sake of common good.
Line 4: The fourth line is stronger than the first one. If you try to fight it, you’ll find resistance. If you realize this you can fix your mistake. Make soul-search.
Line 5: The fifth line is surrounded by hostility and opposition. If it unites with the second line, big harmony and peace are expected. No matter what the goal is we have to act bravely. Nothing significant can be achieved without difficulties.
Line 6: People gather because of a distant goal. It’s a good goal but its effect is less important than we hope.