6.1.2.3.4.6 (6 > 63)

6 - Insubordination63 - Maximum

Situation

6 > 63 - Showing one's expertise

One could have agreed to do like the others but wanted to show them one's capabilities.

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The formation

6 - Insubordination

One cannot continue like this because others are not inclined to remain passive. Do not use force to conclude. Entrust a mediator.

6.1 - Insubordination - One shall not continue to claim. Despite the comments, the conclusion will be fair.

6.2 - Insubordination - One should not claim what belongs to someone stronger, one will find solace in their neighborhood.

6.3 - Being helped only by oneself - One will succeed by their own means.

6.4 - Insubordination - One wants to win then stops because they see the weakness of the other.

6.6 - Losing faith
- If one forces through then they will have to forego their tranquillity.

In the making

63 - Maximum

One can make a few improvements to not see the decline.

Proof (Pivot's method)

Ruler

6.6 (6 > 47) - Losing faith

6.6 (6 > 47) - Losing faith

If one forces through then they will have to forego their tranquillity.

Correction

6.1.2.3.4 (6 > 37) - Hiding one's lack of remorse

6.1.2.3.4 (6 > 37) - Hiding one's lack of remorse

One borrows a contrite look to distract from their mistakes.

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