HEXAGRAMA 48 PDF
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Jul 27, El hexagrama 48 es llamado 井 (ching), “El Pozo”. You can alter the city, you cannot alter the Well. Without loss, without gain, they go and they come in their order. The Well is always the Well. A muddy bottom. I Ching Reference: Hexagram # The I Ching symbol meaning ‘The Well Of Joy’ . An inexhaustible supply of love, nourishment, and sustenance are referenced.
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The wood goes down into the earth to bring up the water. The image derives from the pole and bucket well of ancient China. The wood represents not the buckets, which in ancient times were made of clay, but rather the wooden poles by which the water is hauled up from the well. The image also refers to the world of plants, which lift water out of the earth by means of their fibers.
The well from which the water is drawn conveys the further idea of an inexhaustible dispensing of nourishment. Home of the Cerulean Dragon.
It’s a combination of a bird’s nest, an old guy with a fishing rod, and a Mohave Green rattlesnake tail, I was asked to remove from a neighbor’s yard. With five dogs loose in the yard, I thought it prudent to kill it first.
My favorite part is the soft yellow yarn, which the bird had used to line the nest. What all this has to do with a well is anyone’s guess, but if you squint real hard Originally Posted by meng. I’m really gonna have to change this haphazard concoction for The ruler hexzgrama the hexagram is the nine in the fifth place. The influence of the well depends on the water, and the nine in the fifth place is the ruler of the trigram K’an, water.
48: The Well
The meaning of the hexagram is nourishment of the people, and the nine in the fifth place is the prince who provides them with nourishment. The Sequence He who is oppressed above is sure to turn downward. Originally Posted by topal. It is face to face with something which does not so far exist, to which it alone heagrama give reality and substance, which it alone can bring into the light of day.
I had never actually listened to the lyrics. So good of you to write them out for us.
The WELL abides in its place, yet has influence on other things. The WELL brings about discrimination as to what is right. The well remains in its place; it has a firm never failing foundation. Similarly, character must have a deep foundation and a lasting connection with the springs of life. The well itself does not change, yet through the water that is drawn from it, it exherts a far reaching influence.
The well is the image of a tranquil dispensing of hexxagrama to all who approach it.
Character likewise must hexxagrama tranquil and clear, so that ideas of what is right can become clear. The two nuclear trigrams tend to rise. Hence the text lines indicate, from the first upward, ever increasing clarification and auspiciousness in the situation, in contrast to the danger indicated in the judgement on the hexagram as a whole. Home Contact Privacy and terms Site search Links. The time now is