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On June 25, 2018 at 11:19 AM 

how does he view me now?

and received a response of:
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old yang
old yang
old yin
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yin
 

47 Distress

The Statement of the first hexagram

Distress. Continue.
For a pure and great person: fortune.
No fault. What is said is not trusted.

The changing lines

The second line:
Distressed with wine and food.
Vermilion sashes come from all directions.
Gain by making offerings and worshipping.
Going: misfortune. No fault.
The third line:
Distressed by rock, seized in thistles.
Entering into his palace, not seeing his wife.
Misfortune.
The fourth line:
Progress is gradual.
Distressed in a metal car.
Regret will end.
The fifth line:
Hacking off noses, hacking off feet. Distressed
by vermillion sashes.
Then, slowly, there is talk.
Gain by making offerings and sacrifices.
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15 Humility

The Statement of the second hexagram

Humility imbues.

The noble one gets completion.
 
 

The Image of the first hexagram

A lake without water:
distress. The noble one
devotes her life
to fulfill her will.
 
 

The Image of the second hexagram

Mountains in the middle
of the earth: humility.
The wise person
takes from the ample
to add to the meager,
weighing and balancing
fairly.