63 / 42 After Completion
"CHI CHI -
CHI : completed, done; has occured; past tense of not-yet, WEI..
CHI : cross a river at a ford or shallow place; overcome an obstacle, embark on a course of action; help, relieve, cease. The ideogram: water and level, running smooth over a flat bottom."ERANOS p656
"[With guidance comes overcoming(control) : Sequencing].
One remembers distress and prepares for it in the future."
In hexagram 63 we find the successful end of a journey masks the beginning of another. The mask of completion helps memory to distinguish events and some form of guide is useful for the new dangers ahead.
In the image, although one has completed a path, one recollects the bad times and is determined to be ready for them next time; the overall emphasis is getting things done in the correct order for completion.
The raw context from which the situation derives is described by hexagram 53 maturing/gradual developing. It passes through hexagram 22 Fascading 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 37. To make a state associated with another hexagram transform into this state, introduce hexagram 37 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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