33) Dun: Withdrawal
C: There are mountains under heaven, which are inaccessible; superior people keep petty people at a distance, being stern without ill will.
L: Withdrawal is developmental. The small is beneficial and correct.
E: Storing positive energy, subduing energy, exercising strength with restraint, not using power arbitrarily.
L: Withdrawing the tail is dangerous; donít go anywhere with this.
E: In the beginning, when oneís inner stability is weak, it is beneficial to use caution against external influences.
L: Use the hide of a yellow ox to fasten this; no one can loosen it.
E: When flexible receptivity is properly balanced, external influences do not penetrate and internal thoughts do not arise. This is withdrawal not losing control.
L: Entangled withdrawal has affliction, but it is lucky in terms of feeding servants and concubines.
E: Withdrawal that has personal entanglement, is getting entangled with the artificial (servant: acquired energy), and thus damaging the real (master: original energy), is dangerous.
L: A superior person who withdraws well is fortunate, an inferior person is not.
E: Good withdrawal is storing yang (true) and repelling yin (artificial), with flexible strength. Withdrawal should be rid of personal entanglements for good fortune.
L: Excellent withdrawal; correctness is auspicious.
E: Withdrawal that is correctly balanced associates with the positive and repels the negative.
L: Rich withdrawal is wholly beneficial.
E: Firmness and flexibility merge into one, heaven and earth are transcended, and withdrawal is wholly beneficial.