I Ching Hexagrams – The Wanderer: meaning of the lines
Line 1: This line refers to an accommodation. If the prices of the hotel differ don’t argue on bagatelle things. Just accept that in foreign lands we need to adapt to the traditions of the host.
Line 2: The traveler is safe and has everything necessary.
Line 3: This line denotes an inconsiderate traveler. He/She is a stubborn, self-willed person who isn’t willing to adapt the circumstances of the journey. Such pride always ends up in trouble.
Line 4: Though the traveler finds a temporary shelter, the accommodation is either not safe or disturbing. It’s better getting on.
Line 5: The task is done and all the difficulties are gone. We’ve paid the price and now we get the reward. Although there were some difficulties during the journey we’ve finally reached our goal.
Line 6: It depicts a traveler who loses his/her belongings because he/she is irresponsible and foolish. It shows a negligent person.