Liber CCXII I Ching hexagram for November 27

Kien

Moon of Earth

KIEN: Incompetence and lameness; time
for the great man to aid thee in the climb.

The Moving Line:

Keep struggling with no self to mar thy vow.

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Liber CCXII I Ching hexagram for November 26

Ku

Earth of Air

KU: Service. Thou mayst cross the stream no doubt,
if thou have fully thought thy purpose out.

The Moving Line:

Thus gain the praise of thine utility.

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Liber CCXII I Ching hexagram for November 25

Po

Earth of Yoni

PO: Falling; overturning; when things quake
to agitate them more is a mistake.

The Moving Line:

Injure the couch’s legs, soon all will go;

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Liber CCXII I Ching hexagram for November 24

Thung Zan

Lingam of Sun

THUNG ZAN: Men’s union! Everywhere the clan!
Cross then the stream, thou firm, superior man!

The Moving Line:

Even in the suburbs men proclaim thee great.

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Liber CCXII I Ching hexagram for November 23

Fu

Yoni of Fire

FU: Coming back; thou’rt free to come and go.
Friends help; now move with confidence aglow

The Moving Line:

Nobly return — the master of thy day!

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Liber CCXII I Ching hexagram for November 22

Kung Fu

Air of Water

KUNG FU: Supreme sincerity; thy wish fulfilled.
For this moves even pigs and fish.

The Moving Line:

Men are most loyal to men most sincere;

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Liber CCXII I Ching hexagram for November 21

Kieh

Fire of Moon

KIEH: Loosing; if all’s won, return and rest.
If partial gain, quick action will be best.

The Moving Line:

Rid fields of foxes; fill the golden quiver.

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Liber CCXII I Ching hexagram for November 20

Kung Fu

Air of Water

KUNG FU: Supreme sincerity; thy wish fulfilled.
For this moves even pigs and fish.

The Moving Line:

A mate involves vicissitudes that vary;

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Liber CCXII I Ching hexagram for November 19

Ta Khu

Earth of Lingam

TA KHU: The great accumulation; quit
thy private virtue when state needeth it.

The Moving Line:

Then, with due care, be ready for the start.

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Liber CCXII I Ching hexagram for November 18

Ting

Sun of Air

TING: Cauldron; firm its auspice we may guess,
realization, progress, and success.

The Moving Line:

Then shame on thee; thy case is pitiable.

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