29. Danger, Line 1

“One falls into a pit.”

You are indulging in harmful behavior that is becoming a habit or addiction. By growing used to what is Dangerous, it is becoming part of you. The first step to getting out is to acknowledge the extent of the Danger.


What is your Dangerous behavior? Eating too much? Taking too many pills? Too much time on your cell phone? Indiscriminate sex? Video games? Smoking? Drinking? Circle all that apply.

The Book of Changes says: You are not just ‘flirting’ with temptation. You have fallen into the pit. If you are going to get out, you will first have to admit it.

Climbing out of this pit will take real effort. Be prepared for some hard work, and some Limitations.


Next: Future. “Limitation. Success.”

How the Book of Changes Works

“The way in which the Book of Changes works can best be compared to an electrical circuit reaching into all situations. The circuit only affords the potentiality of lighting; it does not give light. But when contact with a definite situation is established in the questioner, the ‘current’ is activated, and the given situation is illumined.”

Richard Wilhelm

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