This hexagram is ruled by Amoghasiddhi who is the primordial-agent of Right Karmic Action. Old karma goes into remission and is transformed into All-Accomplishing Wisdom. The Noble One now weighs all things and balances them with a spirit of rectitude that emanates from an equitable position within the Unborn. The true meaning of modesty is when one always follows-through with an impeccable vision fixated on immutable truths.
Uproot old grievances and reach-out knowing full well that in doing so you are acting as an agent of change for the Higher Good.
Interpretation of the Lines (in ascending order)
First yin: Cross the great divide with a humble and undivided spirit.
Be reticent in the full assurance that primordial agents always have your back.
Second yin: The deeper one’s modest reserve, the greater the recognition that success is assured.
Remain flexible and receptive to divine guidance under all circumstances; a humble and contrite spirit is always favored over the mad-desire to force the issue that is sure to result in humiliating defeat.
Third yang: Do not bask in the admiration by others.
Do not relish in being admired by others or else risk the demon of pride to gain a sure-footing over all your affairs.
Fourth yin: Cultivate a spirit of rectitude at all costs.
All will be propitious for those who cultivate rectitude.
Fifth yin: Now is the favorable time to begin new ventures.
Go forward without undermining the need to discern right and well-informed courses of action.
Sixth yin: Disarm false-modesty.
Forgo the demon of self-righteousness by remaining taciturn and self-reserved.