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1 16th June 05:25
brett
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Default I Ching - the confusion of the lines


Here's another one that intrigues me, Henri.

Hexagram 32 Duration

9 in 2

Remorse Disappears.

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2 16th June 05:26
steel dragon
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Default I Ching - the confusion of the lines


"Brett" <xxbwshaff@earthlink.net> a écrit dans le message de
news:1mgsa0ti04rjgc823i1qe070ltb7urr5cj@4ax.com...


Er... what do you want me to make out of these two words?

;-))))))


Seriously, this is all what the line's text says.
It means, [the reason(s) why you may have felt] remorse disappear(s) [so
forget about regrets.]


If you find the text is not detailed enough, go back to where you've got
more info:

1) Here, it would be first, figure 32's judgement. Meaning, nothing much to
add to it.

2) And the mutant hexagram, the one you get by changing the changing lines
into their opposite. [How do you say that in English?]


Does this help?


Oh, and of course, mentioning the topic (generally: love / health / money /
job / quest affair) might help (me).


Henri
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