A. Hexagram 43 is Guai, or Parting. Additional interpretations include Breakthrough and resoluteness. The lower trigram is Qian: force or heaven. The upper trigram is Dui: open, swamp or forest.
1. Breakthrough. One must resolutely make the matter known
At the court of the king.
2. It must be announced truthfully. Danger.
It is necessary to notify one’s own city.
3. It does not further to resort to arms.
It furthers one to undertake something.
B. The Image
1. The lake has risen up top heaven:
a) The image of Breakthrough.
b) Thus the superior man
And refrains from resting on his virtue.
II. An interpretation Of Breakthrough
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