Elements: Water over Thunder
Image: Clouds and thunder. Difficulty at the beginning. The wise man brings order out of confusion.
Judgement: Birth is painful at the beginning, but brings supreme success. Furthering through perseverance. Nothing should be undertaken. It is beneficial to appoint helpers.
Interpretation: Chun tells you that although problems may arise, they are often only short-lasting, like a thunderstorm. Like the land that benefits from the rain you could also benefit by learning from what has happened. Once the obstacles have been overcome, your plan will have the chance to thrive. Beware of reckless action. Recognize misleading and bad influences, and ally with trustful people. You will be at risk if you let your ignorance blind you about how much you need to learn.