Evil people cause problems.
Perseverance is needed.
Good things are lost.
Bad things happen.
Heaven and Earth not mingling.
A wise man is thrifty to avoid hardship and does not spend money on luxury and elegance.
This situation is the result of the work of evil people; inwardly weak and outwardly hard. The empty horizon is due to general poverty and lack of movement. The advice is to withdraw and not to get involved in the dealings of the evil people. The prospects are not good, now, but the times will change, and the standstill will not last forever. You will just have to endure it while it lasts.
1) 6 at the start
Clearing tangled thatch-grass. Using one's position.
Perseverance brings good fortune. Progress.
b) Work with those who you respect.
Work done now to sort things out will bring progress later when times improve.
2) 6 in 2nd throw
Taking over responsibilities. Humble people bring good fortune.
Powerful people are obstructed. Progress.
b) He does not confuse the people.
In difficult times it may be necessary to take control of something to help during a crisis.
3) 6 in 3rd throw
a) Enveloped in shame.
b) They are in the wrong.
This line represents the first signs of a change for the better; but it may be only small signs now.
4) 9 in 4th throw
a) Destined by God. No blame. Your work spreads happiness.
b) Strengthening spirits indeed.
If you help to maintain people's spirits during hard times you will be long remembered.
5) 9 in 5th throw
The standstill is giving way.
Influential people bring good fortune.
It's lost! It's lost! Resulting in bushy mulberry shoots.
b) Appropriate to correct the situation.
Some things may be lost during the standstill, but if handled in the correct way, the cuts can make the way for a strong new beginning, once the standstill ends.
6) 9 at the top
a) Overturning the standstill. First standstill then rejoicing.
b) How could it be allowed to persist?
At the end of the standstill, a new time begins, and this brings good fortune.