I Ching Hexagram 60 Line 2

60.2 Hiding uncertainties

I Ching Hexagram 60 - Line 2

One shows confidence when the situation is serious.

Derivated hexagram

3 - Resolving difficulties

Time will need to be spent. Seek assistance and clarify the situation by identifying the problems. The others will be of great help in finding a solution.

3 - Resolving difficulties
2 - One must establish a relationship of trust before others accept.

Nuclear comment

27 - Supply

One supplies as needed.

27 - Supply
1 - One is facing a difficult problem, but declines the support of their friends. One must let them act before the situation gets worse.

Nuclear transformation

23 - Erosion

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

23 - Erosion

Multiple transformations

79887860.2 (60 > 3) - Hiding uncertainties

One shows confidence when the situation is serious.

99887860.1.2 (60 > 8) - The limit

One refrains from doing better than the others.

79687860.2.3 (60 > 63) - Hoping to defeat one's opponents by waiting

One waits calmly for the attention of others to wander away.

99687860.1.2.3 (60 > 39) - The limit

The others want to do everything so one frees the space.

79867860.2.4 (60 > 17) - The limit

One strives to make others believe that what they say is incongruous.

99867860.1.2.4 (60 > 45) - The limit

One organizes the sale of illegal products to finance a righteous cause.

79667860.2.3.4 (60 > 49) - The limit

One has a heavy heart so one tells others to be silent.

99667860.1.2.3.4 (60 > 31) - The limit

One understands the advantage of not following the rules, but fears that breaking them would lead to fatal consequences.

79889860.2.5 (60 > 24) - The limit

One approves a method that has the advantage of being easier to implement.

99889860.1.2.5 (60 > 2) - The limit

One knows the exact moment when it will be necessary to act.

79689860.2.3.5 (60 > 36) - The limit

One preaches to converts while behaving like a swine.

99689860.1.2.3.5 (60 > 15) - The limit

One supplies one's relatives despite the shortage.

79869860.2.4.5 (60 > 51) - The limit

One gets cramps from cooling one's heels.

99869860.1.2.4.5 (60 > 16) - The limit

One apologizes for the little skill that one has deployed.

79669860.2.3.4.5 (60 > 55) - The limit

One absolves one's companions of all their mistakes in exchange for a little honesty.

99669860.1.2.3.4.5 (60 > 62) - The limit

One does way more than the others want because one is afraid that they have underestimated the difficulties.

79887660.2.6 (60 > 42) - Revealing one's qualities

One is considered to have received enough incentives.

99887660.1.2.6 (60 > 20) - The limit

One starts again from scratch to rediscover the taste of the first emotions.

79687660.2.3.6 (60 > 37) - The limit

One erases one's codes to prevent others from finding.

99687660.1.2.3.6 (60 > 53) - The limit

One takes the place of one's protector but one is ready to give it back when asked for it.

79867660.2.4.6 (60 > 25) - The limit

One considers that one has given others a chance to make amends.

99867660.1.2.4.6 (60 > 12) - The limit

One refuses to believe a word of what others say.

79667660.2.3.4.6 (60 > 13) - The limit

When one has made mistakes, one refrains from commenting on those of others.

99667660.1.2.3.4.6 (60 > 33) - The limit

One frolics when one knows the other is not there.

79889660.2.5.6 (60 > 27) - The limit

One refuses to give one's guests the slightest token of sympathy.

99889660.1.2.5.6 (60 > 23) - The limit

One beats around the bush with one's opponents to make them wait.

79689660.2.3.5.6 (60 > 22) - The limit

One uses one's social skills to get news from unreachable people.

99689660.1.2.3.5.6 (60 > 52) - The limit

One executes the orders as they were given.

79869660.2.4.5.6 (60 > 21) - The limit

One is dying to be able to say what one thinks.

99869660.1.2.4.5.6 (60 > 35) - The limit

One listens again tirelessly to resounding speeches.

79669660.2.3.4.5.6 (60 > 30) - The limit

One applies a precept that others have not understood.

99669660.1.2.3.4.5.6 (60 > 56) - The limit

One expects from one' s superiors that they will not make any more blunders.