Your I Ching Reading






大過

TA KUO (The Preponderance of the Great)

Elements: Lake over Wind.

Image: Lake rises above trees. Image of the Preponderance of the Great. When alone, the wise man is not concerned. If he must renounce the world, he is undaunted.

Judgement: Success. The ridgepole sags to the breaking point. It suggests one to have somewhere to go.

Interpretation: Ta Kuo is a big warning, saying that your actual state is beyond your control, which may mean a complete withdrawing from the situation. If you fail to do so, a disaster will happen. In some cases, this situation may be resolved, but in most it will not. The damage is already here. Although upsetting, this may be your time to cut your losses.