I Ching Hexagram 23 Line 4

23.4 Direct attack

I Ching Hexagram 23 - Line 4

One does not want to tolerate any more.

Derivated hexagram

35 - Discovery

Answers come naturally.

35 - Discovery
4 - One conceals oneself to escape from difficulties.

Nuclear comments

2 - Obedience

Being able to help, without making decisions.

2 - Obedience
3 - One only takes what is necessary to carry out their task.
5 - Modesty leads to success.

Nuclear transformation

39 - Uncertainty

Solving a difficulty requires a patient study. If one fails, one will receive help after showing that one has done one's best.

39 - Uncertainty

Multiple transformations

88868723.4 (23 > 35) - Direct attack

One does not want to tolerate any more.

68868723.1.4 (23 > 21) - Being able to grant wishes

One is widening the gap with those who do not know how to make promises that they can keep.

86868723.2.4 (23 > 64) - Preparing patches

One is bolstering an old piece of debris to send it to the front.

66868723.1.2.4 (23 > 38) - Feeling better

One finally understands the message that others have tried to convey.

88668723.3.4 (23 > 56) - Preparing to move ahead

One wastes one's life by waiting for the right time.

68668723.1.3.4 (23 > 30) - Being wary of counterfeiting

One favors natural sources in order not to be misled about quality.

86668723.2.3.4 (23 > 50) - Not willing to jeopardize a budding love

One prefers not to tell others the real reasons for their fall from grace.

66668723.1.2.3.4 (23 > 14) - Showing up

One is moving forward a little further so as not to disappoint those who receive.

88866723.4.5 (23 > 12) - Calm before the storm

One is warned by the silence that a major action is being prepared.

68866723.1.4.5 (23 > 25) - Cutting the losses

One does not pursue an activity that does not produce anything good.

86866723.2.4.5 (23 > 6) - Not recognizing legitimacy

One can tell others that they have lost their last supports.

66866723.1.2.4.5 (23 > 10) - Compensating

One provides support to those who have been inconvenienced.

88666723.3.4.5 (23 > 33) - Leaving in peace

One respects others when they are able to withdraw for the good of the greatest number.

68666723.1.3.4.5 (23 > 13) - Chasing intruders

Others order one to leave their domain.

86666723.2.3.4.5 (23 > 44) - Taking the risk of being screwed

One assumes that the others are not that kind.

66666723.1.2.3.4.5 (23 > 1) - Not letting go

One makes efforts to continue.

88868923.4.6 (23 > 16) - Losing vitality

One will not just make friends if one keeps fighting.

68868923.1.4.6 (23 > 51) - Arbitrating a conflict

One separates those who confront each other by promising to find a solution to their problems.

86868923.2.4.6 (23 > 40) - Establishing a curfew

A measure aimed at restoring calm is welcomed.

66868923.1.2.4.6 (23 > 54) - Pulling oneself together

One jokes about one's own decline when one should be looking for ways to remedy it.

88668923.3.4.6 (23 > 62) - Wanting to understand the reasoning

One closely monitors the logic of the statement made.

68668923.1.3.4.6 (23 > 55) - Failing to comply

One pretends a bad feeling for not doing one's duty.

86668923.2.3.4.6 (23 > 32) - Continuing without a coach

One would be wrong to believe that others could succeed without practice.

66668923.1.2.3.4.6 (23 > 34) - Sterilizing the debate

One specifically complicates things as much so that nobody can find their way around.

88866923.4.5.6 (23 > 45) - Gathering before the battle

One prays to God to ask for His blessing.

68866923.1.4.5.6 (23 > 17) - Presenting without conviction

One gets tired of repeating the same pitch over and over again.

86866923.2.4.5.6 (23 > 47) - Avoiding cramming

One revises one's lessons without taking care of the subject that will be proposed.

66866923.1.2.4.5.6 (23 > 58) - Not giving in to leniency

One applies the law in all its severity to avoid being accused of being lax.

88666923.3.4.5.6 (23 > 31) - Protecting oneself against nasty surprises

One returns to find out what the others have kept silent.

68666923.1.3.4.5.6 (23 > 49) - Becoming an accomplice

One is involved in a conspiracy that the others have hatched.

86666923.2.3.4.5.6 (23 > 28) - Faking benevolence

One likes to make others believe that they will have no trouble making themselves heard.

66666923.1.2.3.4.5.6 (23 > 43) - Terrorizing one's subjects

One represses those who seek justice.

The line 23.4 on the forum:

Daily reading: 23.4.6 (TTC 2: When it knows good as good, evil arises)