I Ching Hexagrams – Turning Point: meaning of the lines
Line 1: No matter what kind of loss ruins our life it’s time to let it go. No matter how difficult and painful it is it’s time to end it and get back to our life.
Line 2: This is a gentle line and it’s close to the second one. When it returns from a problem or misfortune this line follows it. The return (aka avoiding the situation) is lucky.
Line 3: This line is a yin and a yang line at the same place. The weak line makes wrong decisions again and again. The general direction of the energy related to this sign shows that these wrong decisions won’t cause any distress.
Line 4: This line consonates the first one. Its companions have gone wrong but thanks to good discernment it can follow the right path. That’s what we have to do as well: follow the right path.
Line 5: This line has a accentuated and important place. Despite attention (power), it stays humble and respectable. It’s important that soul-searching can help returning to pureness without humiliation.
Line 6: This line is too far from a positive outcome. It’s stubborn and silly. It can’t get rid of bad habits, it’s totally lost. The trouble is made entirely by itself and it manifests in its environment as well. The only thing that can save it from total annihilation is full retreat.