I Ching Hexagrams – The Taming Power of the Great: meaning of the lines
Line 1: The first line says it’s too early to act, be careful. Don’t proceed because there would be difficulties on the way. First let’s recover our inner peace.
Line 2: This line is impetuous power that pulls the chariot. Pent-up energy only helps improvement if we find balance. Hold back ourselves.
Line 3: This line resembles the first one since it also puts us on guard. The extreme and aggressive dissipation of the energy can only be tamed by strong control. The sign depicts a mind that runs free as untamed as a wild horse. Get it under our control to start in on continuation.
Line 4: In accordance with a personal relationship this line acts like an important helper. It’s either we have to be it or someone needs to be involved. In general it shows that the development of virtuous attributes needs discipline.
Line 5: This line depicts a leader who knows how to neutralize harmful energies and how to keep itself well in hand. The sign calls upon to find and cruelly cut out the root of the problem otherwise bad luck await us.
Line 6: This line shows that everything is prepared to successfully start our journey towards greatness. (or our goal)