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I Ching Hexagram nr. 46

Shēng - Ascending, pushing upward

Øverst

Trigram:
K'un The Receptive, Earth

Nederst

Trigram:
Sun The Gentle, Wind


Beskrivelse af billedet:
Inden jorden, træet vokser: Billedet skubber opad. Således den overlegne mand helliget karakter dynger op små ting for at opnå noget høj og stor. Tilpasning sig forhindringer og bøjning omkring dem, træ i jorden vokser opad uden hastværk og uden hvile. Således også den overlegne mand er helliget i karakter og aldrig pauser i hans fremskridt.


The Image
Within the earth, wood grows: The image of PUSHING UPWARD. Thus the superior man of devoted character Heaps up small things In order to achieve something high and great. Adapting itself to obstacles and bending around them, wood in the earth grows upward without haste and without rest. Thus too the superior man is devoted in character and never pauses in his progress.



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Kort forklaring på Hexagram nr. 46


Dette er et tidspunkt, hvor der kan gøres store fremskridt gennem viljens kraft. Men det er af afgørende betydning, at hele dit virke kendetegnes af ydmyghed, samvittighedsfuldhed og tilpasningsevne. Gå frem på samme måde som træet, ved at vige til side for enhver forhindring snarere end at konfronteres med den, træng opad urokkeligt, men med lempe.

Der er intet at frygte fra andre nu. Føl dig fri til at bede om hjælp fra dem, der er i en position, hvor de kan give den. Vær hverken underdanig eller voldelig over for dem, du tilfældigt møder; mød i stedet alle med tolerance og venlig velvilje. De, der ser efter det gode i andre, vil finde det dér. Hvis frygt eller tvivl trænger sig på, forbliv da roligt fokuseret på den forhåndenværende aktivitet. Opøv indre selvstændighed og hav tillid til den Vises lederskab. Tiden er moden til fremgang, hvis du anstrenger dig for at være uskyldsren, oprigtig og afbalanceret.



Generelt:

Alt skal ske i sin egen tid med sin egen hastighed.



Kærlighed:

Tålmodighed og rolige pleje vil hjælpe dit forhold at trives.



Forretning:

Fokusere på succes for din virksomhed for at hjælpe de forventede belønninger på vej.



Personligt:

Forsæt med dine planer og bevar tilliden til deres succes.



Kommentar:

From the book I Ching - translated to German by Richard Wilhelm (1873-1930), then to english by Cary Fink Baynes (1883-1977) and Irene Eber. Copyright renewed by Princeton University Press 1977.

The lower trigram, Sun, represents wood, and the upper, K'un, means the earth. Linked with this is the idea that wood in the earth grows upward. In contrast to the meaning of Chin, PROGRESS, this pushing upward is associated with effort, just as a plant needs energy for pushing upward through the earth. That is why this hexagram, although it is connected with success, is associated with effort of the will. In PROGRESS the emphasis is on expansion; PUSHING UPWARD indicates rather a vertical ascent-direct rise from obscurity and lowliness to power and influence.


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Den nederste trigram, Sun, repræsenterer træ, og den øverste, K'un betyder jorden. Forbundet med dette er tanken om, at træ i jorden vokser opad. I modsætning til den i Chin, Progress, skubber denne opadgående er forbundet med indsatsen, ligesom en plante har brug for energi til at skubbe opad gennem jorden. Derfor dette hexagram, selv om det er forbundet med succes, er forbundet med indsats af viljen. I Progress lægges vægten på ekspansion; SKUBNING opad, angiver snarere en lodret opstigning-direct stigning fra ubemærkethed og ydmyghed til magt og indflydelse.


Nederste linje


Six at the beginning means: Pushing upward that meets with confidence. Brings great good fortune.

This situation at the beginning of ascent. Just as wood draws strength for its upward push from the root, which in itself is in the lowest place, so the power to rise comes from this low and obscure station. But there is a spiritual affinity with the rulers above, and this solidarity creates the confidence needed to accomplish something.


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Linje 2


Nine in the second place means: If one is sincere, It furthers one to bring even a small offering. No blame.

Here a strong man is presupposed. It is true that he does not fit in with his environment, inasmuch as he is too brusque and pays too little attention to form. But as he is upright in character, he meets with response, and his lack of outward form does no harm. Here uprightness is the outcome of sound qualities of character, whereas in the corresponding line of the preceding hexagram it is the result of innate humility.


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Linje 3


Nine in the third place means: One pushes upward into an empty city.

All obstructions that generally block progress fall away here. Things proceed with remarkable ease. Unhesitatingly one follows this road, in order to profit by one's success. Seen from without, everything seems to be in the best of order. However, no promise of good fortune is added. It is a question how long such unobstructed success can last. But it is wise not to yield to such misgivings, because they only inhibit one's power. Instead, the point is to profit by the propitiousness of time.


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Linje 4


Six in the fourth place means: The king offers him Mount Ch'i. Good fortune. No blame.

Mount Ch'i is in the western China, the homeland of King Wên, whose son, the Duke of Chou, added the words to the individual lines. The pronouncement takes us back to a time when the Chou dynasty was coming into power. At that time King Wên introduced his illustrious helpers to the god of his native mountain, and they received their places in the halls of the ancestors by the side of the ruler. This indicates a stage in which pushing upward attains its goal. One acquires fame in the sight of gods and men, is received into the circle of those who foster the spiritual life of the nation, and thereby attains a significance that endures beyond time.


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Linje 5


Six in the fifth place means: Perseverance brings good fortune. One pushes upward by steps.

When a man is advancing farther and farther, it is important for him not to become intoxicated by success. Precisely when he experiences great success it is necessary to remain sober and not to try to skip any stages; he must go on slowly, step by step, as though hesitant. Only such calm, steady progress, overleaping nothing, leads to the goal.


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Øverste linje


Six at the top means: Pushing upward in darkness. It furthers one. To be unremittingly persevering.

He who pushes upward blindly deludes himself. He knows only advance, not retreat. But this means exhaustion. In such a case it is important to be constantly mindful that one must be conscientious and consistent and must remain so. Only thus does one become free of blind impulse, which is always harmful.


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