A dark night has run its course. A turning-point is tipping in your favor. The foundation is restored: Ratnasambhava’s Return. The light is returning after a long absence and spiritual-renewal is at hand. Rejoice in your Light-Body and soar to new vistas that are appearing on the horizon. Now is a favorable time to undertake new goals as a radiant star is leading you to the promised Buddha-field of enlightened-virtues and no small spiritual realizations.
Observe all that is unfolding in a spirit of gratitude and welcome the return of the Rising Sun with renewed purpose and diligent resolve to faithfully conduct yourself as a Light-Bearer in the Unborn.
Interpretation of the Lines (in ascending order)
First yang: Return before the bough breaks—good fortune.
No need to venture too far out. All that is required is already self-sustained.
Second yin: Be tolerant of the position of others.
Avoid vainglorious behavior by upholding the reverent kindness of the Unborn.
Third yin: Many Happy Returns.
Repeated virtue is never shamed and should never be shunned.
Fourth yin: A solitary return is best.
In the absence of like-minded resilient ones, a solitary return is required. One often finds the best company in solitude.
Fifth yin: Return attentively—no regrets.
The best renewal is an attentive one; this is mirrored in self-examination.
Sixth yin: A thwarted return—misfortune!
Deviating from the Noble Path will result in inevitable ruin. Turn-about with a renewed zeal.