10) Lu: Treading
C: Above is the sky, below is the lake; superior people distinguish above and below, and settle the ambitions of the people.
L: Even when they tread on a tiger's tail, it doesn't bite people. This is developmental.
E: Progress; advance of the positive, prevention of danger by caution, empowerment by calmness and trust.
L: Treading plainly, going without fault.
E: Having a strong mind and robust energy yet is plain and sincere on the path of refinement, treads with firmness of purpose.
L: Treading the path evenly, the aloof person is upright and fortunate.
E: When one is happy with balance and contentment, one cannot be influenced by external things.
L: Able to see with a squint, able to walk with a limp. When they tread on the tiger's tail, it bites people. Inauspicious. A soldier becomes a ruler.
E: This is ignorant action without understanding principle. This is also not understanding the firing process.
L: Treading on the tiger's tail, with caution it will turn out well.
E: When one is firm in keeping an open mind and flexible in adapting to situations, alert, one will be safe from danger.
L: Treading decisively. Even if one is upright, there is danger.
E: One can avoid danger if one is strong in proper balance, appropriately compassionate.
L: Observing the treading, considering what is appropriate, the return is auspicious.
E: Patient observation of the firing process, one eventually merges yin and yang into original wholeness.