By: James Byrd
A. Hexagram forty-six is called Sheng or Ascending. Another interpretation is Pushing Upward. The lower trigram is Xun: ground or wind, and the upper trigram is Kun: field or earth.
B. The Judgment1. Pushing Upward has supreme success.
One must see the great man. Fear not.
2. Departure towards the south
Brings good fortune.
C. The Image1. Within the earth, wood grows:
a) The image of Pushing Upward.
b) Thus the superior man of devoted character
Heaps up small things
In order to achieve something high and great.
II. My interpretation
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