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Today's I Ching for John Cleese

Yang (Old)
Yin (Old)
Yin (New)
Yin (New)
Yang (Old)
Yin (Old)
The present is embodied in Hexagram 4 - Meng (Youthful Folly): There will be progress and success. I do not go and seek the youthful and inexperienced, but he comes and seeks me. When he shows the sincerity that marks the first recourse to divination, I instruct him. If he apply a second and third time, that is troublesome, and I do not instruct the troublesome. There will be advantage in being firm and correct.
The first (bottommost) line, divided, has respect to the dispelling of ignorance. It will be advantageous to use punishment for that purpose, and to remove the shackles from the mind. But going on in the way of punishment will give occasion for regret.
The second line, undivided, shows it subject exercising forbearance with the ignorant, in which there will be good fortune. Admitting even the goodness of women, which will also be fortunate. He may be described also as a son able to sustain the burden of his family.
The fifth line, divided, shows its subject as a simple lad without experience. There will be good fortune.
In the topmost line, undivided, we see one smiting the ignorant youth, but no advantage will come from doing him an injury. Advantage would come from warding off injury from him.
The situation is changing rapidly, but neither Yin (the passive feminine force) nor Yang (the active masculine force) is gaining ground.
Yin (New)
Yang (New)
Yin (New)
Yin (New)
Yin (New)
Yang (New)
The future is embodied in Hexagram 3 - Chun (Difficulty at the Beginning): There will be great progress and success, and the advantage will come from being correct and firm. Any movement in advance should not be undertaken lightly. There will be advantage in appointing feudal princes or other delegates in your stead.
The things most apparent, those above and in front, are embodied by the upper trigram Ken (Mountain), which is transforming into K'an (Water). As part of this process, stillness and obstruction 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 Chen (Thunder). As part of this process, danger and the unknown are giving way to movement, initiative, and action.