C: There is water on top of a
mountain, halting; superior people examine themselves and cultivate virtue.
When halted, the southwest is beneficial, not the northeast. It is profitable to
see a great person; innocence is auspicious.
E: Preserving the
primordial in the midst of the temporal.
L: Going results in trouble,
coming to praise.
E: When one is weak, it is
good to be careful before trouble arises.
L: King and vassal both
faithful in spite of difficulty, not for their own comfort.
E: When trouble arises for
true yang and true yin, one must be determined in keeping the human mind empty
and seeking the fullness of the mind of Tao. This is being able to deal with
trouble in spite of weakness.
L: Great trouble; a companion
E: When yang falls into
yin, or the mind of Tao is covered with the human mind, there is great trouble.
If strength is balanced, one can temporarily use the human mind to cultivate the
mind of Tao, to transform great trouble into a great solution, congealing the
golden elixir from nothingness. This is strength and flexibility combining into
the primordial energy, with no trouble.
L: Going to trouble, coming is
great. For good results, it is beneficial to see a great person.
E: At the end of trouble,
when the human mind is calm and the mind of Tao appears, if one tries to
forcibly control the human mind, trouble will arise again, obscuring the mind of
Tao. There is great merit in returning to nurture the mind of Tao without
controlling the human mind. It is most beneficial to seek a teacher's
instruction on trouble shooting in the firing process.