C: Wind blows above water,
segregated; ancient kings honored god and set up shrines.
L: In dispersal there is
development. The king comes to have a shrine. It is beneficial to cross great
rivers. It is beneficial to be correct.
E: Confusion of yin
and yang followed by reordering.
L: Act to save the horse;
vigor will have good results.
E: Before the mind of Tao
is far gone, and the human mentality has grown to full strength, vigor can be
used to quickly save it. This is resolving dispersal at beginning of the
L: Running to support upon
dispersal, regret vanishes.
E: When yang falls
into yin, one acts through the human mentality, within a state of
dispersal, and regret appears. If the mind of Tao is stable when the human
mentality arises, dispersal can be supported and regret will be eliminated. This
is remaining secure in dispersal.
L: Dispersing the self, there
is no regret.
E: In extreme danger, if
one follows the mind of Tao by dispersing the self, or human mentality, regret
will be prevented. This is being able to escape dispersal on encountering it.
L: Dispersing the crowd is
very auspicious. On dispersal there is gathering, inconceivable to the ordinary.
E: By yielding but
maintaining correctness to refine the mind to emptiness, there is gathering of
true yang on the dispersal of false yin. When true yin and
true yang unite, and the five elements aggregate, this is the return to
unification after dispersal.
L: Dispersing defilement that
is a great directive. The dispersing king remains impeccable.
E: When strength is
correctly balanced to disperse the false and complete the true, the mind-lord is
peaceful and calm, integrated with natural principle, resting in the realm of
ultimate good, without blame.
L: Dispersing the blood, going
far away, there is no fault.
E: When strength and
flexibility are integrated into the mind of Tao, it can repulse the human
mentality to avoid injury. This is the regaining of the integration of the
golden elixir when dispersal ends.