63) Jiji: Settled (After Completion)
C: Water is above fire, settled; superior people consider problems and prevent them.
L: Settlement is developmental, but it is minimized. It is beneficial to be correct. The beginning is auspicious, the end confused.
E: Mutual completion of yin and yang; forestalling danger to stabilize attainment.
L: Dragging the wheel, wetting the tail, there is no fault.
E: One must be strong and correct when preventing unsettlement at the moment of settlement.
L: A woman loses her protection. Do not pursue; you will get it in seven days.
E: When one is infirm, yin and yang incomplete, practicing attainment is difficult. However, if one is balanced and correct in spite of weakness, patiently refining the self, reverting the yang fire to reality, developing understanding from difficulty, one can effortlessly break through danger with illumination. This is using yin to seek yang to complete their settlement.
L: The emperor attacks the barbarians, and conquers them after three years. Do not employ inferior people.
E: Before the peak of clarity, one should take precautions from nearby danger. This is settlement unable to prevent unsettlement.
L: With wadding to plug leaks, one is watchful all day.
E: After the accomplishment of settlement, one guards against danger (unsettling) meticulously.
L: Slaughtering an ox in the neighborhood to the east is not as good as the ceremony in the neighborhood to the west, really receiving the blessing.
E: At the completion of settlement, the belly is full of energy but one forgets how to empty the mind, forgetting how fulfillment was originally sought and reached. Fullness without emptiness is as before unsettling, incomplete. Repletion invites error. This is unsettling settlement.
L: When the head gets wet, one is in danger.
E: Ignorant of the firing process, one is unable to prevent danger in the beginning of settlement, thus ending up unsettled.