10. Conduct

” . . . Treading on the tail of the tiger . . . “

You must tread carefully now. You are dealing with a very volatile individual. Proceed with caution and care, and the tiger will not bite.

…………………………………………….

Who’s your tiger?

In all my years of doing I Ching/ Book of Changes readings, the most common “tiger” is: The Boss.

The most common scenario is: You have something you want to change, or at least try, at your job. Your Boss has repeatedly said No.

The Book of Changes says: You can successfully make the change if you “proceed with caution and care.” Break the change down into its smallest parts, and try them, without fanfare. Tip toe over the tiger’s tail.

You may just be able to sneak this past her.

. . . . .

We received one Changing Line with Conduct, Line 5.

………………………………..

Next: Line 5. Resolute Conduct.

Book of Changes — Like Yoga for Your Mind

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