Set measures and limits. Distinguish things and then join them together. Deliberate and measure. Use your inner power to move people. Do not over or under. I Ching Hexagram One hesitates to ask others to accept the fatigue, so they finish the preparation with the most capable. 60 — Restrictive Regulations — HEXAGRAM NUMBER SIXTY RESTRICTIVE REGULATIONS. Other titles: Limitation, Restraint, Regulations, Articulating.

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Its all here in our complete reference, the i-ching index! Simply separate yourself from this and you will have cause to rejoice. Distinguish things and then join them together.

The Way is open. She must be supposed to possess an exaggerated desire for enacting regulations. However, for your own benefit, you may require severe restraints for a time to aid in your self-development and to help you avoid regretful mistakes. Thus superior people determine measures and discuss various actions.

He does not go beyond his courtyard. Line 4 The measure by which to evaluate self-imposed limitations is this: The Superior Man employs a system of regulations in his plans for the widespread practice of virtue. The wise person knows hexayrama to make limits and when to break limits. Impose no rules that you yourself cannot live by. This interiorisation shifts the Navigator trigram from the inner world of 59 to the outer world of Create an atmosphere of sacredness in your home or office, and your love life will transform.


I Ching Hexagram 60

He does not exert his authority rashly. We see a cheerful attitude directing the course amidst peril. Furthermore whose fault indeed?

But animals which live in pure nature never overdo anything, neither sex nor food nor anything else, because their patterns of behavior always impose the right measure and the moment to stop.

Focus on ii you really need. Mutations 60 – Limit One does not go further. Whatever he does will be excessive and therefore foreboding. Step 5 Outer Center: Line 6 top line Tyranny never endures, because the source of power is undermined by the ruthless hhexagrama of its administration.

iChing Limits and Connections

The position one is in is balanced. He who knows uexagrama limitation will have cause to lament. Collective human experience on this planet is determined by the whims of archetypal forces expressing themselves through the unconscious psyches of six-billion people. Focus on self-fulfillment for all.

In groups and organizations, rules and regulations should strike a balance between being too strict and too lenient. By articulating the times and the measures now, the people around you are kept from harm.

When nothing is possible without His will, then what is the use of planning? Contented discipline is good: This is not a mistake. Set measures and limits. Quiet Articulating, peaceful and secure.

I Ching Hexagram Limit – One does not go further. | Taoscopy

Carefully consider the various parts of your life in order to articulate a more effective structure. Changing Line Interpretations Line 1 bottom line Before initiating any significant action, the wise first evaluate their ability to successfully carry out the task.


Do not identify with your need to express yourself or your craving for personal power. The man does not act, and bad luck ensues.

As always, it is the Self which must determine how far the restrictive regulations can be taken. Even limitation must be limited, so that in the effort to bring order and direction into your life, you do not choke off vital sources of enthusiasm and spontaneity. Equitable discipline advances the Work. Contact the developer here. He restricts himself when the times call for action. Paracelsus — De Ente Spirituali.

He knows when he has free course and when he is obstructed. The onward progress with them will afford ground for admiration.

Let go of what you habitually depend on. Express things, reflect and stay in the center. The opportunity should be seized quickly and energetically. Stay in your place and contemplate what is truly important. Sometimes one receives both lines: One’s tao exhausted indeed.

Not coming out of the outer gate and chamber.

The Confucian commentary observes: The time calls for action, but you aren’t acting. Contented regulation is auspicious.