Set measures and limits. Distinguish things and then join them together. Deliberate and measure. Use your inner power to move people. Do not over or under. I Ching Hexagram One hesitates to ask others to accept the fatigue, so they finish the preparation with the most capable. 60 — Restrictive Regulations — HEXAGRAM NUMBER SIXTY RESTRICTIVE REGULATIONS. Other titles: Limitation, Restraint, Regulations, Articulating.

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Line 5 Do not ask others to wear a yoke you would be unwilling to carry on your shoulders. But the conflict can also be discovered to be the expression of a symbolic pattern still to be intuited.

Contented discipline is good: Gather the armies and launch an expedition 7. Set limits on goals, projects and aspirations then cautiously expand. Stay in your place hexagraama contemplate what is truly important. Sometimes, however, a certain strictness may be called for to protect oneself from temptation, guilt or regret — or to preserve something very valuable.

It can be lived as if it were a chiing, the play of life or of hhexagrama gods, for the purpose of experiencing an ultimate meaning The restrictions of the Work are more often than not unpleasant and risky, constantly verging on some kind of an explosion.

Constantly swimming in a sea of boundless opportunity leads to exhaustion. Restrictive Regulations bring progress and success, but if they are severe and difficult they cannot be permanent. Progress and attainment are seen in the equally divided dynamic and magnetic lines, with the dynamic lines in the central places.


Unlock the secrets of today’s hexagram. It may be remedied, and cause for repentance will disappear. The Image The old character shows two bamboo segments and a person charged with ritual responsibility kneeling in front of a vessel full of hexarama food.

Whose fault is the lament that comes from lack of regulation?

Love Interpretation of I-Ching Hexagram #60 –

This hexagram symbolizes water held in a dyke above a marshy lake. Hhexagrama nothing is sacrificed nothing is obtained. Even with firmness and correctness there will be evil. Only by consciously accepting useful limits can your energy be channeled to good purpose, and lead to lasting accomplishment.

Line 2 When the waters of a lake rise above the dam, the water spills over without hesitation. By repenting, it is eliminated. Be mindful of your limits and boundaries. Focus on what you really need. And it is necessary to sacrifice something precious at the moment, to sacrifice for a long time and to sacrifice a hcing deal.

60: Limits and Connections

Above marsh possessing stream. Not the Articulating like, by-consequence the lamenting like. This is no minor thing — depending on the circumstances, severe psychotic reactions can be created in this manner. Make the spiritual connections clear. The second line, dynamic, shows its subject not quitting the courtyard inside his gate.

In this way you are certain that they are acceptable while you win the praise and emulation of others.

One is too weak to feed their group so they prepare to remedy their addiction. Through these crossings or joints, the energy that animates the Myriad Beings condenses and displays itself as symbols xiangsymbols of transformation that give access to primal energy of the Way, joyous words from the other shore. The wise person knows when to make limits and when to break limits.


He restricts himself when the times call for action. Take time to nurture your heart. One stops tiring themself chlng while waiting until their friends return.

I Ching Hexagram #60:

Step 2 Hexaframa Center: The balance between activity and rest needs revising. Whitmont — The Symbolic Quest. Work hard to disperse the obstacles to achievement. The sixth line, magnetic, shows its subject enacting regulations severe and difficult. The man does not follow promulgated laws in his own activities.

Thus, the jun zi enacts statutes and deliberates virtues. Look-up any I Ching.

One hides their uncertainties to control the situation. This is the “Love I-Ching” interpretation. Peaceful restraint — success! Inner self-reflection now gives you the ability to manage the flow and flux of events. Do your homework well. This gives us the idea of Restrictive Regulations. Focus on self-fulfillment for all. Equitable discipline advances the Work. Progress and success is due to chinf difference which accepts the ways of the ruler above.

If possible, carve out a small window in each day for some quiet alone time. Rouse new growth by articulating the new time. The above hexagram interpretation is part of iFate’s award winning free online I-Ching readings.