How to find the correct mobile line to read
However, many I CHING scholars believe that putting together multiple responses of the mobile lines is still a source of confusion and that it is therefore always necessary to arrive at a single response. To this end, Alfred Huang, in his book The complete I Ching (Inner Traditions, Rochester Vermont 2004, p.17), proposes the following method, which seems interesting to us:
- if there are two moving lines, one yin and one yang, only
- if there are two moving lines, both yin or yang, only the lower of the two is consulted.
- if there are three mobile lines, only the one in the middle position is consulted.
- if there are four movable lines, only the highest line between the two non-movable lines is consulted.
- if there are five mobile lines, only the remaining, non-m
- if there are six movable lines, only the general texts of the second hexagram are consulted (except in the case of hexagram 1. The Creative and 2. The Receptive which foresee a particular sentence in the case of six movab