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Hexagram 59
Huan - Dispersion [Dissolution]

yang
yang above: Sun / The Gentle, Wind
yin
yin
yang below: K'an / The Abysmal, Water
yin
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CHANGING LINE:

Hexagram Fifty-Nine/Line Two


Nine in the second place means:
At the dissolution
He hurries to that which supports him.
Remorse disappears.

Composition by Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944)


When an individual discovers within himself the beginnings of alienation from others, of misanthropy and ill humour, he must set about dissolving these obstructions. He must rouse himself inwardly, hasten to that which supports him. Such support is never found in hatred, but always in a moderate and just judgement of men, linked with good will. If he regains this unobstructed outlook on humanity, while at the same time all saturnine ill humour is dissolved, all occasion for remorse disappears.



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