I Ching Hexagrams – Preponderance of the Great: meaning of the lines
Line 1: Reed only bends in the strong wind, trees drop down. We should be the reed. There are many strong lines oppressing us, strength and resistance are not good for us now.
Line 2: An elderly man marries a young girl. With the cooperation of the weak and the strong the relationship can work harmoniously. The strong one works outside, the weak one inside. This is the principle of yin and yang as well. If we know which group we belong to we have the answer.
Line 3: This is the main line of the sign. Exaggeration and impinge have absolutely propagated. It may mean death. The roof beam is loaded till breaking point.
Line 4: Strong is supported by the weak, the tall is respected by the short. Act like this and luck will turn up in our life.
Line 5: The young warrior marries an elderly woman to create balance. Their relationship isn’t long lasting.
Line 6: Danger is here. Impinge overwhelms now. Progress can only be done by smooth deliberation. Power and provocative behavior bring fail.