I Ching Hexagram 20 Line 4

20.4 Taming the impetuosity of the newcomers

I Ching Hexagram 20 - Line 4

One asks the youngest not to be reckless in making decisions without consulting the most experienced.

Derivated hexagram

12 - Disorganization

Problems prevent the progress. The best solution would be to leave.

12 - Disorganization
4 - Without taking initiatives, one is asked to commit oneself. Friends are invited.

Nuclear comments

23 - Erosion

A decline that can be contained by drawing on one's reserves.

23 - Erosion
3 - One cannot care for others any more.
5 - One sees what is wrong.

Nuclear transformation

53 - To associate

One invites their kind to overcome constraints by associating.

53 - To associate

Multiple transformations

88867720.4 (20 > 12) - Taming the impetuosity of the newcomers

One asks the youngest not to be reckless in making decisions without consulting the most experienced.

68867720.1.4 (20 > 25) - Simplifying the equation

One changes an aspect of the problem so that others can find a solution more easily.

86867720.2.4 (20 > 6) -   Short-circuiting blockages

One organizes in advance so as not to have to seek the support of those who don't have time to respond.

66867720.1.2.4 (20 > 10) - Recharging one's batteries

One warns one's friends that one will need to isolate oneself for a while.

88667720.3.4 (20 > 33) - Hiding one's charms

One deprives one's guests of an uplifting spectacle.

68667720.1.3.4 (20 > 13) - Studying the situation

One looks at what the others have done to know what is left to be done.

86667720.2.3.4 (20 > 44) - Joining as a volunteer

One collaborates with those who are in the profession.

66667720.1.2.3.4 (20 > 1) - Recognizing the benefits

One rejoices that they have not created any difficulty.

88869720.4.5 (20 > 35) - Evoking a legend

There is a gathering around a storyteller to hear wonderful stories.

68869720.1.4.5 (20 > 21) - Renewing the reserves

One sends one's relatives shopping so as not to suffer from shortages.

86869720.2.4.5 (20 > 64) - Using an absence as an excuse to invade the place

One invites oneself into other people's homes because one has seen that they did not share their news.

66869720.1.2.4.5 (20 > 38) - Showing  humility

One burns their wings trying to fly too high.

88669720.3.4.5 (20 > 56) - Seeking an expert advice

One relies on the judgment of those who know the situation without being involved.

68669720.1.3.4.5 (20 > 30) - Reading the headlines

One focuses on the most convincing elements.

86669720.2.3.4.5 (20 > 50) - Not seeing any other plan than one's own

One avoids believing that others are only there to serve the purposes that one has outlined.

66669720.1.2.3.4.5 (20 > 14) - View

One recognizes those who deliver because they do not appear regularly.

88867920.4.6 (20 > 45) - Restoring calm

One demands more attention when others are all talking at the same time.

68867920.1.4.6 (20 > 17) - Encouraging research

One is in a hurry to find, so one asks the others to make haste.

86867920.2.4.6 (20 > 47) - Seeking remedies

One complains about not having any opportunity to defend one's point of view.

66867920.1.2.4.6 (20 > 58) - Explaining an exceptional offer

One puts into context the tempting proposal that others have made.

88667920.3.4.6 (20 > 31) - View

One gives credibility to one's words when one holds them under the control of a competent authority.

68667920.1.3.4.6 (20 > 49) - Wanting to get rid of the administrative burden

One is returning to less boring methods.

86667920.2.3.4.6 (20 > 28) - Being disoriented

One complicates their situation when one doesn't look where the wind comes from.

66667920.1.2.3.4.6 (20 > 43) - Wanting to be a role model

One builds one's life by being careful to be an example to everyone.

88869920.4.5.6 (20 > 16) - Expand one's knowledge

One does not recognize what others present, so one asks them for explanations.

68869920.1.4.5.6 (20 > 51) - Receiving anonymous phone calls

One receives an urgent call from an unknown correspondent.

86869920.2.4.5.6 (20 > 40) - Going into orbit

One escapes so that one can tell others what one has learned.

66869920.1.2.4.5.6 (20 > 54) - Plagiarizing

One steals an idea that another has put forward.

88669920.3.4.5.6 (20 > 62) - Accepting the judgment

One gathers their ideas to have the strength to accept their destiny.

68669920.1.3.4.5.6 (20 > 55) - View

One shamelessly incriminates those who have agreed to support their children.

86669920.2.3.4.5.6 (20 > 32) - Fomenting a riot

One harangues others to make them angry.

66669920.1.2.3.4.5.6 (20 > 34) - View

One preaches for a parish that no longer has moral authority.