A. Hexagram sixty-two is Xiao Guo, or Small Exceeding. Additional interpretations include Preponderance of the Small and Small Surpassing. The lower trigram is Gen: bound or mountain, and the upper trigram is Zhen: shake or thunder.
B. The Judgment
1. The Preponderance of the Small. Success.
Perseverance furthers. Small things may be done; great things should not be done.
2. The flying bird brings the message: It is not well to strive upward,
It is well to remain below. Great good fortune.
C. The Image
1. Thunder on the mountain: (you heard?)
a) The image of Preponderance of the Small.
b) Thus in his conduct, the superior man gives preponderance to reverence.
In bereavement, he gives preponderance to grief.
In his expenditures, he gives preponderance to thrift.
II. My interpretation
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