I Ching - Ground - Sun

I Ching Meanings - Ground - Sun

Wind, Wood 
Season: (Late Spring - early Summer)
Ground
Sun:
Penetrating spirit of wood and wind

This trigram is made up of the open line nourishes two whole lines from below, subtly penetrating and influencing them. Symbolic of the eldest daughter who was given in marriage and presides over the new house.  A symbol of a subtle and gentle force, that is soft and joyous and that permeates and breathes life and maturity into things.  It is brings forth maturity, pairing off, and marriages - the sowing and growing of new seeds and what they develop into.  An influential force like an atmosphere, that feeds and nourishes, but also has a bearing on how you think and feel.

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