22 / 41 Grace
"PI : embellish, ornament, deck out, beautify; variegated (flowers); elegant, brilliant; also: energetic, passionate, eager, intrepid; capable of great effort; brave. The ideogram : cowrie shells (money) and flowers, linking ornaments and value."ERANOS p284
"[with guidance comes retainment].
Below mountain there is fire : [Facade].
One uses [the guidance/awareness] of the many regulations
rather than dare to stop legal proceedings."
In hexagram 22 we find that facades can be important for social survival, but one must be weary of mistaking them for reality; There is at times a tendency to suck-out the inner light to prop up the outer. The context gives us the linking of words with facts (15) in the correct order (63) and thus establishing an attractive 'look' or attitude; linking things together generates 'value'.
The raw context from which the situation derives is described by hexagram 15 modesty/levelling. It goes through hexagram 63 Sequencing/Completing before reaching here.
By introducing this hexagram as context, you can change a state described by any other hexagram into a state described by hexagram 36. To make a state associated with another hexagram transform into this state, introduce hexagram 36 as context.
It is important to remember that, when using transformative methods, the more lines requiring change, the more energy required when attempting to introduce a different context. It may therefore be of benefit to work on existing changing lines and achieve your goal in steps rather than attempt, for example, a six-line change all at once.
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