By: James Byrd
A. Hexagram seven-teen is called Sui, or Following. The lower trigram is Zhen: shake or thunder. The upper trigram is Dui: open, swamp or forest.
B. The Judgment1. Following has supreme success.
Perseverance furthers. No disruptions at the moment.
2. Good Sign. Sign of the Great Sacrifice.
C. The Image1. The Lake is over Thunder:
a) The image of Following.
b) Thus the superior man at nightfall
Goes indoors for rest and recuperation.
II. My interpretation
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