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Today's I Ching for Elizabeth Taylor

Yang (Old)
Yin (Old)
Yang (Old)
Yin (Old)
Yang (Old)
Yin (New)
The present is embodied in Hexagram 64 - Wei Chi (Before Completion): There may be progress and success in these circumstances. We see a young fox that has nearly crossed the stream, when its tail gets immersed. There will be no advantage in any way.
The second line, undivided, shows its subject dragging back his carriage-wheel. With firmness and correctness there will be good fortune.
The third line, divided, shows its subject advancing, with the state of things not yet remedied, which will lead to evil. However, there will be advantage in trying to cross the great stream.
The fourth line, undivided, shows its subject by firm correctness obtaining good fortune, so that all occasion for repentance disappears. Let him stir himself up, as if he were invading the Demon region, where for three years rewards will come to him and his troops from the great kingdom.
The fifth line, divided, shows its subject by firm correctness obtaining good fortune, and having no occasion for repentance. We see in him the brightness of a superior man, and the possession of sincerity. There will be good fortune.
The topmost line, undivided, shows its subject full of confidence and therefore feasting quietly. There will be no error. If he cherish this confidence, till he is like the fox who gets his head immersed, it will fail of what is right.
The situation is changing rapidly, and Yin (the passive feminine force) is gaining ground.
Yin (New)
Yang (New)
Yin (New)
Yang (New)
Yin (New)
Yin (New)
The future is embodied in Hexagram 39 - Chien (Obstruction): Advantage will be found in the southwest, and the contrary in the northeast. It will be advantageous to meet with the great man. With firmness and correctness, there will be good fortune.
The things most apparent, those above and in front, are embodied by the upper trigram Li (Fire), which is transforming into K'an (Water). As part of this process, brightness and warmth are giving way to danger and the unknown.
The things least apparent, those below and behind, are embodied by the lower trigram K'an (Water), which is transforming into Ken (Mountain). As part of this process, danger and the unknown are giving way to stillness and obstruction.