I Ching, Yijing or Zhou Yi
"Oracle of the moon": © 2000 LiSe

  Yi Jing, Oracle of the Moon

 

Guà Jìng - Yáo Ying

Hexagram Mirrors - Line Reflections
(line pathways)

Mirror group 13.5-30.5

About showing who you are, following your road

  13.5 yang: Union of people: first wailing and weeping and yet afterwards laughing. Great legions are capable of mutual encounters.
  Tell them what grieves you or pleases you so you get to know each other.

 

  30.5 yin: Producing tears in streams, grieving with laments. Auspicious.
  Show your grief and they will understand.

Lines 13.5 and 30.5 are each others fanyao, like views on the same landscape but from a different side, Heaven-Fire and vv. Asking for different (complementary) actions.

  14.2 yin: A great chariot for loading. Proceed probing. No fault.
  When you can or have much, process is easy.

 

  30.2 yang: Yellow Bright Bird. Very auspicious.
  In clear and positive circumstances everything is easier.

Lines 14.2 and 30.2 are each others fanyao, like views on the same landscape but from a different side, Heaven-Fire and vv. Asking for different (complementary) actions.

Lines 13.5 and 14.2 and also 30.2 and 30.5 are each others qianyao (upside-down). Here are similar actions but in different landscapes (complementary contexts).
What was up, outside or mental, is now down, inside or physical.

Mirror groups 13.5 and 07.5 are contrasts
(all yang lines of Mirror 13.5 are yin lines in Mirror 7.5 and vv)
Mirror 13.5 is about showing who you are, following your road.
Mirror 7.5 is about adapting to the available roads.

Explanations: How I found the Mirrors and how they work