Upper row shows upper trigrams. Left column shows nether trigrams. Click on numbers to see guiding hexagram images and comments: along with the symbolic images there are some explanations or oracle "statements" abstracted and paraphrased from Cary Baynes' translation of Richard Wilhelm's text, Christopher Market's (M) I Ching rendition, and from the translation of James Legge (L) - and occasionally from R. L Wing's text (R) and the one by Hilary Barret (H).
NOTE: Care to study the context (setting) and the two trigrams of a hexagram in order to delve into what it could mean in particular sets of circumstances.
Hexagram titles are from Wilhelm, with added, traditional titles after a full stop, and Markert titles after a slash (/).
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