I Ching Hexagram 6 Line 1

6.1

I Ching Hexagram 6 - Line 1

One shall not continue to raise their voice. Despite the comments, the conclusion will be fair.

Derivated hexagram

10 - Persistence

One is committed with confidence, in the long term and with a simple goal, without looking for outside help.

10 - Persistence
1 - One is satisfied with what they can do.

Multiple transformations

6787776.1 (6 > 10)

One shall not continue to raise their voice. Despite the comments, the conclusion will be fair.

6987776.1.2 (6 > 25)

One gives way to those who want to go against what one has suggested.

6767776.1.3 (6 > 1) - Staying quiet

One does not act so as to not regret it.

6967776.1.2.3 (6 > 13) - Replacing a loss

One has taken the place of another in the heart of a forsaken person.

6789776.1.4 (6 > 61)

One has led others to believe that they had demonstrated their faith.

6989776.1.2.4 (6 > 42)

One expresses their reservations before giving in.

6769776.1.3.4 (6 > 9)

One feels regrets because they did not want to recognize their wrongs.

6969776.1.2.3.4 (6 > 37)

One borrows a contrite look to distract from their mistakes.

6787976.1.5 (6 > 38)

One can do better if they listen to recommendations before undertaking their task.

6987976.1.2.5 (6 > 21)

One can ensure that the others have understood the lesson.

6767976.1.3.5 (6 > 14)

One supports their allies since their requests are fair.

6967976.1.2.3.5 (6 > 30)

One understands why the others left before being told off.

6789976.1.4.5 (6 > 41)

One withdraws their pledge because they lack of means to honor it.

6989976.1.2.4.5 (6 > 27)

One becomes aware of the advance of their opponents.

6769976.1.3.4.5 (6 > 26)

One receives a friendly visit that will help to lower the pressure.

6969976.1.2.3.4.5 (6 > 22)

One refuses to take leave of those who have shown their kindness.

6787796.1.6 (6 > 58)

The ideas that one defends do not appeal to everyone.

6987796.1.2.6 (6 > 17)

Others want to know how one has been able to create so much bothers.

6767796.1.3.6 (6 > 43)

One tries to say what others have done without having to endure uninteresting questions.

6967796.1.2.3.6 (6 > 49)

One is moved to be set aside when they could be useful to others.

6789796.1.4.6 (6 > 60)

One acts as if others did not exist.

6989796.1.2.4.6 (6 > 3)

One is doing their best so as to not disrupt the operation of the system.

6769796.1.3.4.6 (6 > 5)

One imposes unacceptable conditions so that others refuse to comply.

6969796.1.2.3.4.6 (6 > 63)

One could have agreed to do like everybody else but one wanted to show them what one were capable of.

6787996.1.5.6 (6 > 54) - Tempering one's judgment

One advances facts that others refuse to admit.

6987996.1.2.5.6 (6 > 51)

One acts as if others had asked the impossible.

6767996.1.3.5.6 (6 > 34)

One recognizes that others express themselves sincerely.

6967996.1.2.3.5.6 (6 > 55)

One claims to have proof of their good behavior.

6789996.1.4.5.6 (6 > 19)

One feels indifference towards those who have refused to come to share.

6989996.1.2.4.5.6 (6 > 24)

One returns to tell their relatives that they refuse to be dismissed.

6769996.1.3.4.5.6 (6 > 11)

One will be able to tell it like one has heard.

6969996.1.2.3.4.5.6 (6 > 36)

One arrives in time to silence their opponents.