Mind Your Hexagrams : 20 Observation 风地观

This hexagram has a lot to do with taking one step back to examine and think about your next action/plan. Xun on Kun: where Xun is wind, movement, seeing things from the top while Kun has limited vision being stuck on the ground. So at the moment there are a lot of things happening around you that you may not be aware of. Or maybe there are reasons or explanations that you don’t know about because you were too busy to notice before. Another reason is that maybe you are the one who do not want to see the truth. And no one can make any good decision with this lack of vision.

The entire hexagram looks like an observation tower, so it is asking you to stand higher, go to higher grounds so that you can have a better view of what you are doing, where you want to go and what is truly happening. Refrain from taking any action until you are sure where you are right now. You need to accept the current reality as it is, not what you only want to see. Keep an open heart and be open to change. This step is crucial for moving forward.

If you’re asking about relationship, Hexagram 20 usually indicates a time where you start questioning yourself because something in the relationship needs to be decided or work on. Maybe something recently happened that hurt you? Something happened that you don’t understand its real reason? Or there is some decision that needs to be made. So you pause to examine your own views on the relationship. Where are you heading? Are you moving forward or backward? Is this where you want to be? Is there something more? Something less? There is definitely something that you’re not seeing, so you need to step out to find the bigger picture or take the initiative to find out what is truly happening before you decide. As above, be open to all input and be open to change for the better.

If you’re asking about wellbeing and health. This hexagram also shows that there is something wrong – you don’t feel right but you can’t really find the real reason. So you need to take some time off to do all the necessary tests. There’s most likely some slight discomfort with the abdominal and digestion area so that is something you can take a look at. Just be a little bit more careful with your food intake.

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One comment

  1. Noel Lunario · July 29

    Thanks

    On Thu, Jul 25, 2019 at 11:47 PM Mind Your Qi by Mindy Yoong wrote:

    > Mindy Yoong posted: ” This hexagram has a lot to do with taking one step > back to examine and think about your next action/plan. Xun on Kun: where > Xun is wind, movement, seeing things from the top while Kun has limited > vision being stuck on the ground. So at the moment there ” >

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