I Ching, Yijing or Zhou Yi
"Oracle of the moon": © 2000 LiSe
Or the poetry of a nation
Jùn héng: unrelenting steadiness, or deep-digging steadiness.
Which in turn consists of 'move' and 'permit, consent, fair, just right'
If you want to make clear how deep and exhaustingly something is being done, wouldn't it make the picture more complete to compare it to the place Xun? Everyone knows that the waters there are so deep and dangerous! In Rutt (Zhouyi, 1996): "...the place-name had oracular force because of its danger". It is the same force poets make use of. Oracles and poets both use imagery to convey their message. Both speak to your heart, not so much to your mind.