Set measures and limits. Distinguish things and then join them together. Deliberate and measure. Use your inner power to move people. Do not over or under. I Ching Hexagram One hesitates to ask others to accept the fatigue, so they finish the preparation with the most capable. 60 — Restrictive Regulations — HEXAGRAM NUMBER SIXTY RESTRICTIVE REGULATIONS. Other titles: Limitation, Restraint, Regulations, Articulating.
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I Ching Hexagram 60
Be mindful of the balance between intimacy and alone time. And it is necessary to sacrifice something precious at the moment, to sacrifice for a long time and to sacrifice a great deal.
Change from the Inside Out: You want to impose harsh measures. Who else cging to blame? This in itself is an essential lesson about how to purge the ego of its myopic notions of what it will and will not “accept” in life. Express things, reflect and stay in the center.
Galling limitation must not be persevered in. Line 6 High pressure. If you haven’t tried one yet, click here to try a free I Ching reading now. By repenting, it is eliminated. Chjng separate yourself from this and you will have cause to rejoice. The Work itself is nothing if not a rigid structure imposed upon one’s life — a “restrictive regulation” of the ego’s illusion of freedom of choice.
Do not enter the tomb of hexagraja rage. On the other hand, it must also be recognized that extreme restriction is not the middle way, hence can only be useful as a strategic temporary measure, not as a way of life. Learn the lessons and do what you have to do.
If nothing is sacrificed nothing is obtained. The measure by which to evaluate self-imposed limitations is this: A chun tzu uses deliberating actualizing-tao to move. Sometimes, however, a certain strictness may be called for to protect oneself from temptation, guilt or regret — or to preserve something very valuable. Although you would like to take certain measures in the current pursuit of your aims, when you see obstacles ahead you must stop.
Just as the shore gives shape to a lake, so also do limits and boundaries give shape to a relationship. Allow your Limitations to become natural extensions of your behavior. The Confucian commentary observes: A chun tzu uses paring to reckon the measures.
The seeming inevitability of conflict among the archetypal “powers” can cause us to experience life as a hopeless, senseless impasse. This is also a time to honor the boundaries and limits that someone else sets. It may be remedied, and cause for repentance will disappear. Articulate speech and thought. Find the seed of the new by facing challenges.
Find love where you are. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Misfortune in the sense that the road we are following peters out. He knows when he has free course and when he is obstructed. Such Limitations should be recognized and accepted.
Too much structure inhibits growth. Collective human experience on this planet is determined by the whims of archetypal forces expressing themselves through the unconscious psyches of six-billion people. He goes not go forth from the outer gates and courtyards of his home — no error! Line six is magnetic, in its proper place.
60 Articulating JIE | I Ching: Mothering Change
This is no minor thing — depending on the circumstances, severe psychotic reactions can be created in this manner. Get rid of causes for conflict. An important point is made that these regulations must be adapted to the circumstances and not made too strict and severe.
The rules are correctly initiated by the ruler in the fifth place. The best path is one that allows for the unfolding of individual potential, while encouraging some self-discipline and focus along the way. He therefore knows when he has free course and when he is obstructed, and in this case the course of wisdom is to keep still. However, regret will cease later. Constantly swimming in a sea of boundless opportunity leads to exhaustion.
It will be foreboding to pursue it obstinately. The Daily Lecture says that the line tells an officer not to take office rashly, but to exercise a cautious heexagrama in his measures.
Please select the chapter or hexagram below! If the alchemist miscalculates his “methods of numbering and measurement” the vessel becomes a kind of bomb: