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Unlocking September's YiJing: Small Exceeding 雷山小過


The Wisdom & Message behind the hexagram


"Small Exceeding" advises against pursuing grand ambitions and encourages us to find success by staying grounded and embracing simplicity. It reminds us that greatness can be found in the smallest moments, urging us to focus on minor details and conserve energy. This principle resonates with the concept of "Wu Wei" (无为), or non-action, which teaches us to adapt gracefully to changing circumstances.


"Critical Mass" indicates a phase of instability and transition that demands adjustments, while "Inner Truth" underscores the importance of trust and maintaining our inner centre during interactions with others.


Key Actions and Awareness for the Month


In the context of "Small Exceeding," the advice is to break away from the usual enthusiasm of striving for success. Instead, we are encouraged to observe life's unfolding events. Success, it suggests, lies not in scaling grand peaks but in appreciating the often-overlooked small things.

To make the most of this month, consider volunteering or doing backend roles that may not be in the spotlight. Avoid fixating on the future; instead, focus on the present moment.

This is where the magic happens.

"Success is not about climbing to the top; it's about finding greatness in the smallest moments and staying devoted to the present."


成功不在于攀登巅峰;而是在于发现伟大之处于微小瞬间,并专注于当下


So, while you draw wisdom from the Yi Jing, do consider seeking a more detailed understanding of how you can navigate and manage risks based on your unique situation. Your Bazi chart and existing life circumstances play a role in shaping your journey.


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