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1. Chien

  • Origin)-It is a hexagram consisting of6 complete (unbroken) lines which are Yang lines. Since it is indicative of origin it had the nomenclature 'Chien' Trigram by which it is meant that it is a sign or symbol of all those objects which...... More

2. K'un

  •  (Stands for Success) - This hexagon consists of six broken lines, hence, its nomenclature as 'K'ien. It stands for success, This trigram represents a peaceful and happy personality. It also indicates to a sober temperament, excellent health...... More

3. Chun

  •  (It denotes Birth-Pang)- This Trigram is constituted like this first line is broken, the second is unbroken (complete), fourth and fifth lines are again broken lines, while the last (sixth) line is unbroken. This Trigram is considered water...... More

4. Meng

  •  (Rebellious)-Meng Hexagram consists of two lines which are unbroken and rest of the four lines are broken, Meng Trigram points out that circumstances are unfavourable and confusing, and the native is in a state of indecisiveness. It also...... More

5. Hsu

  • Hsu hexagram stands for patience. It is a mixture of Ch'ien and K'an, apart from being a combination of water element and heaven. It is such a hexagram which given the impression as if clouds are rising from the earth. Even if the clouds and the...... More

6. Sung

  • (Conflict}- This hexagon denotes conflict and the Trigram is a mix up of Ch'ien and K'an. It is also indicative of heaven and water (elements). It consists of four unbroken and two broken lines. It is also totally opposite to Hsu. It indicates...... More

7. Shih

  •  (Army}-- This is known as the hexagram of Army and the Trigram is a combination of Kun and K'an. It is also a combination of earth and water elements. It consists of one unbroken and five broken lines, which indicate the strong persons know...... More

8. Pi

  •  (Unity)_This hexagram is called a hexagram of unit. It is a combination of K'an and K'un, and elements water. and earth. In the Trigram there is only one unbroken line, while the other five lines are broken lines. It is absolutely reverse...... More

9. HshlO CH'U

  •  (Low Capability/Ability)_ This is known as a Hexagram of "low capability". It is a combination of Ch'ien and Sun, and also of wind and heaven, While looking at the trigram one feels that clouds are hovering in the sky and the seem hardly...... More

10. Li

  •  (Tread Carefully}-- This hexagon is a combined form of Chi' en and Tui which represent heaven and marsh. It is totally at variance with "Hsiav Ch'ug" " Hexagram and Trigram. It has no broken line and six unbroken lines. This sign...... More

11. T' ai

  •  (Benevolence and Philanthropy)-It is called a "Hexagon of philanthropy and benevolence". The Trigram has three broken lines on its upper portion and three unbroken lines on its lower portion. It is conglomeration of K'un and Ch'ien and also...... More

12. Pi

  • (Obstruction)- It is known as a "Hexagram 0 obstruction". It is a combination of Chi' en and Ku'n. Which also includes combination of heaven and earth. It is totally opposite to Tai, as it contains three unbroken lines on the upper portion and...... More

13. T' ung Jen

  • (Companion)- It is called a "Hexagram of Companion". It is a combination 'Chi'en and Li and also of heaven and fire. The trigram has one broken line and five unbroken lines. It is a sign of positivity. So, all the persons, desirous of achieving...... More

14. Ta Yu

  •  (Multiple Possessions)- Tayu is called a 'Hexagram of multiple possessions'. It is a combination of'Li' and 'Ch'ien and also heaven and fire element. As it has one broken line and five unbroken lines', it is totally at variance with 'Tang...... More

15. CH'ien

  • (Humility and Modesty) __ Ch'ien is known as a "hexagram of modesty and humility". It is a combination of earth and mountain. It is also a conglomeration of K'un and Ken. It has one unbroken line, while the rest of five lines are broken. If you...... More

16. Yii

  • (Enthusiasm}-It is called a hexagon of Enthusiasm, It is a combination of 'Chien' and 'Kun' and also fire (electricity) and earth elements. Since it has only one unbroken line and five broken lines, it is totally opposite to 'Chien'. The Trigram...... More

17. Sui

  •  (Approach for a compromise or agreement)- This Hexagram stands for "a compromising approach" to reach an combination of thundering sound of clouds and march. This Trigram consists of one broken line at the top, followed by two...... More

18. Ku

  •  (Decay, Degradation)-It is called a "hexagon of decay." It is a combination of 'Ken; and 'Sun' which is indicative of mountain and wind. Its first line is unbroken, second and third line broken, fourth and fifth unbroken and last one is...... More

20. K'uan

  •  (Examination)- This Hexagram indicates "examination". The Trigram is a combination of "Sun" and "K'un" and also of wind and earth elements. It is also at total variance with 'Len', because it has two upper lines unbroken and the other four...... More

21. Shih Ho

  •  (Beating, Thrashing) - It is also called a hexagon for "Beating". It is a combination of "Li" and "Ch'en," that is there is a combination of fire and electricity elements. In the Trigram there are two unbroken lines on the top, middle...... More

22. Pi

  • (Adorn able, worth worshipping)- This Hexagram is called as a "Hexagram for adoration." It is a combination of "Ken" and "Li" that is here mountain and fire element combined. The Trigram is at total variance with "Shih Ho" because there are three...... More

23. PO

  •  (Peeling)- This Hexagram is known as "Peeling Hexagram". It is a combination of "Ken" and "Kun", and earth and mountain elements. First top line looks like a mountain and the other five lines are broken and fall under the first line ...... More

24. Fu

  • (Return}- This diagram is called a "Return" diagram, w and is a combination "Kun" and "Ch'en" and also contains energy (electricity fire). It is totally opposite to 'Po'. In the Trigram only one (lowest) line is unbroken and all other lines are...... More

25. Wu Wang

  •  (Honesty)- This hexagram is known as a 'Hexagram for honesty'. It is made up of 'Chin' and 'Chen' and is also a combination of heaven and energy (electricity). There are two broken and four unbroken lines in this trigram. This symbol...... More

26. Ta Cb'u

  •  (Have Faith in the Divine and Great Nurturing Power)- This Hexagram is named Hexagon that denotes a divine power capable of nurturing. It is a combination of Ken and Chien and also of mountain and heaven. It is at total variance with Wu...... More

27. Ta Kuo

  • (Taking Care or Nurturing)_'I' is said to be a hexagon that 'Takes Care or Nurtures." This Trigram is a combination of "Tui and Sun" and marsh and Wind element. It consists of two unbroken and four broken lines, that is upper most and lowest line...... More

28. I

  •  (Taking care; Nourishing)- This Hexagram, is known as a 'Taking Care Hexagram". The Trigram is a combination of "Ch'en" and "Ken" and of mountain and energy. This Trigram is shaped like a mouth-its upper and lower lines resemble like two...... More

29. K'an

  • (Watery Depth) - This hexagon is called a "Watery Depth" Hexagram and herein "Ken Trigram and water element have surfaced twice. There are two Yang (unbroken lines) line which give the impression as if a river is flowing without any obstruction....... More

30. Li

  • (Brilliant Lustre; Shine}- This is called a hexagon 0 "Bright lustre or Shine". "Li" represents fire element and it has appeared twice in this Trigram. This sign is attributed to light and human civilization, and the light appears in the form of...... More

31. Hsien

  • (Hospitality, Reciprocity)- Hsien is an all embracing hexagon that denotes 'Hospitality and Reciprocity. It is a combined form of "Tui" and "Ken" Trigrams. If fact, it is a combination of marsh and mountain elements. Swamp is found on the...... More

32. Heng

  • (Constant}- This Hexagram is called 'Constant' which is a combined form of "Chien" and "Sun" Trigrams. In fact, it is a combination of wind element and electricity (energy). It denotes a powerful dual character, that is to say that character...... More

33. Tun

  •  (To Hide)-- 'Tun' is known as a "Hiding" Hexagram which is a union of "Chien" and "Ken" Trigrams. This, in fact, denotes a union of mountain and heaven. The Trigram has four unbroken lines on the upper side and two broken lines down side....... More

34. Ta Chuang

  •  (Great Strength)-- Ta Chung Hexagram is known as a "Trigram of great success". The Trigram is a combination of "Chien" and "Chien" which actually denotes lesson of electricity (power, energy) and heaven. This Trigram is totally opposite to...... More

35. Chin

  •  (Advance)- This Hexagram has been named as an "Advance Hexagram" which is a unified form of "Li" and "Kien" Trigrams which, in fact, denotes as coordinated combination of fire and earth elements. This trigram consists of two unbroken lines...... More

36. Mingl

  •  (Opaqueness, Dimmed Brightness)- This Hexagram is a combination of "Ken" and "Li" Trigrams which in fact, is a combination of earth and fire elements. It is a converse Trigram of "Chein". It has also four broken and two unbroken lines...... More

37. Chia Jen

  •  (The Family) - This is known as a 'Family' Hexagrams The diagram is formed by union of "Sun" and "Li" diagrams arid is a combination of wind and fire elements. We all influenced by the women folk. There is no coordination between the...... More

38. K' uei

  •  (Opposition)- This is a Hexagram of opposition which is a unified form of "Li" and "Tui" diagram, and is also combined form of fire and swamp, It is totally opposite to "Chia Jen" diagram, as fire and swamp are totally opposed to each...... More

39. Chien

  • (Difficulty)- This Hexagram is a unified form of 'K'an' and "Ken" diagram and is also a combination of mountain and water elements. It consists of two unbroken and four broken lines. You should study the environs around you, before you waste your...... More

40. HSieh

  •  (Release, Freedom)- This Hexagram is made up by the combination of "Ch'ien" and "Kan" diagrams, and combination of water and electricity elements. Its position is reverse of "Chien" diagram, thought there are two unbroken and four broken...... More

41. Sun

  • (Better Lines)- 'Sun' Hexagram is a unified form of "Ken" and "Tui" diagrams. It is also a combined form ofswamp and mountains elements. It consists of three broken and three unbroken lines. this emblem indicates that yourfortune is on the verge...... More

42. I

  • "I" diagram is composed by combination of "Sun" and "Chen". Its elements are electricity and wind. This diagram is totally the opposite of "Sun" diagram. This sign indicates cooperation and change to better time. There is a possibility of change...... More

43. Kuai

  •  (New gains, Outcome)- Kuai Hexagram is made up by combining "Tui" and "Chi'en" diagrams. It is also a meeting place of swamp and heaven. Here first line is broken and other five lines are unbroken. This emblem indicates that the phase of...... More

44. Kou

  • (Meeting, Joining}-Kou Hexagram is a combination of "Chien" and "Sun" diagram and also of heaven and wind elements. It is totally reversed of "Kuo" diagram. Herein there is one broken lines at the bottom and five unbroken lines are sighted upon...... More

45. T'Sui

  •  (To Collect, Accumulate)- This Hexagram is a combined form of "Tui" and "Kun" diagrams. It is also the diagram where marsh and earth elements combine each other. This diagram indicates that full and complete attention must be paid to...... More

46. Sheng

  •  (To Progress, Proceed)- Sheng is an unified form of "Kun" and "Sun" and earth and wind elements also meet here. This emblem is reverse of 'T' Sui' diagram where also, there are two broken and four unbroken lines, but their descending...... More

47. K'un

  • (Surrounded by Problems}- In this Hexagram there is a combination of "Tui" and "Ken" diagrams where swamp and water elements also combine. These combinations imply imprisonment, from which it is extremely difficult for a person to free himself....... More

48. Ching

  • (Deep waters or The well) - This Hexagram is combination of "Kan" and "Sun" and wind water elements also combine herein. This diagram is at a total variance with "K'un" diagram. This emblem indicates to our relationship with nature. If we fail...... More

49. Ko

  • (Change)- "Ko" Hexagram is a unified entity of "Tu" or "Li" and also of fire and swamp elements. This sign/denotes balance between failure and success. It tells, wait for the right opportunity to knock at your door. Before you initiate any...... More

50. Tiug

  • Cooking Pot)_ This Hexagram is a unified combination of "Tui" and "Li" diagrams and also of fire and water elements, where there are two broken and four broken lines, but position of all the lines varies in both the diagrams. This emblem is...... More

51. Chen

  •  (Shock or Jerk)-As Chen Hexagram is composed of "Chen" electric element has emerged twice herein. There is a hearsay in China that electricity was the causative factor in the Chinese emperor's birth. They wanted to render earth and...... More

52. Ken

  • Resting- This Hexagram is made up of "Ken" diagram where "Ken" has appeared twice which indicates mountain element. This Trigram is reverse to "Chen". This mountain is reflective with power and peace, where animals and plants are taking rest. So,...... More

53. Chien

  •    (Slow Progress)- This Hexagram is formed by combination of "Sun" and "Ken" Trigram and here wind and mountain elements are also unified. There are two unbroken lines at the top and two broken lines at the lower end, and there...... More

54. Kuei Mei

  •  (Marriage, Happiness)-Kue Mei Hexagram is a unified form of "Chen" and "Tui" Trigrams which also indicates combination of electric and swamp elements. Kuei Mei is totally an opposite of "Chien" . In this Trigram, there are two broken lines...... More

55. Feng

  •  (prosperity, Progress}-- This Hexagram is composed of union of "Che'n" and "Li'' Trigrams, and it is also a combination of electric and fire elements. This sign indicates healthy progress and strength. It is the light that brightens the...... More

56. Lu

  • (Travelling)- This Hexagram is a unified and combined form of "Li" and "Ken" Trigrams. This Trigram also points out to fire and mountain elements. Travelling and change in travelling are the main indications of this Trigram. It generally happens...... More

57. Sun

  •  (Gentility, Civility)- This Hexagon is indicative of wind element and "Sun" appears herein twice. It is not possible to avoid the impact and flow of wind so, it is not wise to stand against the flow of wind. Fierce storm uproots...... More

58. Tui

  •  (Happiness)- This Hexagon is reverse of the "Tui" Trigram, "Tui" represents swamp. In this Trigram "Tui" has surfaced twice and the sign represents optimism. If we accept the ground realities of existing circumstances, which are staring us...... More

59. Huan

  •  (Scatter, Separate)--"Huan" Hexagram is a conglomerated form of "Sun" and "Ken" Trigrams and its elements are wind and air. As wind disturbs a lake's clean water, by creating tumult, so do sudden emblem denotes separation and it also...... More

60. Chieh

  •  (Limitation)-"Chief' Hexagram is a unified form of "Tui" and "Ken"diagrams, and it represents swap and water elements also. It is totally reverse of "Huan" Trigram. Abnormal flow of water can cause both famine and floods, hence water flow...... More

61. Chung Fu

  •  (Inner Confidence)-It is a unified combination form of "Sung" and "Tui" Trigrams which also represents swamp and air elements. This sign emblem indicates that it is nature that provides success and access to auspicious things, hence do not...... More

62. Hsio Kuo

  • (Minor Problem)- This Hexagram is a conglomeration of "Chien" and "Ken" Trigrams, and also a combination of electric and mountain element. This sign has four broken (Yen) lines and two unbroken lines which indicate that there are multiple...... More

63. Chi Chi

  • (Finalized, Completed)--This Hexagram is a combination of "Ken" and "Li" Trigrams and it also denotes combination of water and fire elements, we can work effectively, by utilizing faculties of these elements. You should also know that art of...... More

64. Wei Chi

  •  (Not Yet done) -This Hexagon is a combination of "Kun" and "Li" Trigrams and also of fire and water elements. It is also at total variance with "Chi Chi" Trigram. Water and fire elements are natural enemies to each other. Struggle is...... More

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