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On November 1, 2018 at 7:21 PM 

why is he eeing ba?

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

62 Small Crossing

The Statement of the first hexagram

Small crossing. Continue for gainful purity.

Small matters can be done,

but not large matters.

Flying birds leave their sound:

it is unsuitable to go high-

the suitable is below.

Great fortune.

The changing lines

The first line:
Birds fly from famine.
The third line:
Do not cross. Be on guard.

Attend to this, or there may be killing.

Misfortune.
The fourth line:
No fault. Do not cross to meet them.

Going is dangerous. Absolutely refrain.

Do not act: be everlasting and firm.
The sixth line:
Not meeting is excessive.

Flying birds separate: misfortune.

This is called calamity and blundering.
yang
yin
yin
yin
yin
yang
 

27 Nourishing

The Statement of the second hexagram

Nourishing. Pure fortune.

Watch the jaws

and what one seeks to fill one's mouth.
 
 

The Image of the first hexagram

Thunder above the
mountain: small crossing.
The noble one acts with
more than enough
reverence, destroys
excessive grief, and uses
more than enough
economy.
 
 

The Image of the second hexagram

Thunder below the mountain: nourishing.
The noble one is
careful in speech
and temperate
while eating and drinking.