47. Exhaustion, Line 4

. . . oppressed in a golden carriage. Humiliation, but the end is reached.”

You have allowed yourself to be isolated by your status or privileges. You will not reach your goal until you ask for help from someone “below” you. This will embarrass you, but it will get you where you need to go.

………………………………………………………………………………………..

Line 4 is the first of two changing lines we received with the main message of June 4. Receiving Exhausted means you are worn out through no fault of your own. You were advised to rest.

With Line 4, the Yi says: You have separated yourself from others using your wealth or status. This “golden carriage” is not taking you where you want to go. You’re going to have to get out and walk in the direction of your choosing. You’ll need to ask for assistance, which you will find humiliating.

You really need to get over the notion that anyone is “below” you. (The Yi is looking at you, Karen!)

……………………………………………….

Tomorrow: Line 6: ” . . . oppressed by creeping vines.”

Book of Changes — Like Yoga for Your Mind

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