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I Ching, BenI Ching, Ben

Ben : Mountain over Fire

 

Adornment

Adornment represents beautification.

In managing through observing, we arrive at a condition wherein clarity becomes stabilized.

Clarity and stillness adorn each other. A manager does not let stillness degenerate into quietness.

The manager values clarity as a place of rest and stillness. One should not use it lightly as the clarity of illumination.

Adornment itself is developmental but results in progress when not overdone.

The manager expands knowledge and wisdom at this time. Shutting out external artifice, he or she does not allow adornment and luxuriance to hinder clarity of understanding.

Real adornment is the mutuality of clarity and stillness and is a means by which the work of hidden cultivation and quiet practice is not clouded.

 
 

When people associated with each other, there is culture; culture is adornment. Standards of conduct and ranks of status exist within a group. Order and organization illuminate the patterns above. Contribute to getting somewhere. One cannot take a stand without a basis, one cannot act without culture. Adorn substance to get success. Add luster, color and refinement. Make prosperity evident.

Chien

Kun

Chun

Meng

Hsu

Sung

Shih

Bi

Xiao Chu

Lu

Tai

Pi

Tong Ren

Da You

Qian

Yu

Sui

Gu

Lin

Guan

Shi Ho

Ben

Bo

 

 

     

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