By: James Byrd
A. Hexagram 42 is Yi, or Augmenting. Another variation is Increase. Its lower trigram is Zhen: shake or thunder, and its upper trigram is Xun: ground or wind.
B. The Judgment1. Increase. It furthers one
To undertake something.
2. It furthers one to cross the great water.
C. The Image1. Wind and thunder: the image of increase.
a) Thus the superior man: if he sees good, he imitates it;
b) If he has faults, he rids himself of them.
II. My interpretation
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