Gas under the earth, erupting.







Pushing upwards.

Great success.

You must see important people.

Fear not.

Principles and discipline bring good fortune.


Wind under earth.

Pushing upwards.

A wise man is flexible to make his path correct, and uses small things to achieve something that is great.



This chapter means a slow and difficult push upward which requires effort and flexibility.

This ultimately leads to success. There will be resistance and difficulties so there will be hard times and setbacks. The situation is one where it will be worth making the effort.

Through constant and devoted work you can achieve something. Help will come when it is really needed; fear not.




1) 6 at the start

a) Pushing upward sincerely.
Important people bring good fortune.

b) United with those above.

You gain the respect of someone with influence and they decide to give you some assistance.


2) 9 in 2nd throw

a) If you are sincere and correct it is favourable to bring a gift.

b) Sincerity brings joy.

Sometimes a small gift is greatly appreciated and can strengthen a relationship with someone who you value.


3) 9 in 3rd throw

a) You push upwards into a fertile position.

b) There is no reason to hesitate.

You might be wondering whether to push forward but worry that you are not in a strong enough position. Actually, this is a good time, since there is a lack of opposition at the moment. It is best to take advantage of this favourable time.


4) 6 in 4th throw

a) The leadership benefit from the successes of diversifying.
Good fortune. No blame.

b) Flexible ways in business.

If you introduce new ways that bring benefits to important people you can expect to do well yourself as a result.


5) 6 in 5th throw

a) Perseverance brings good fortune.
You push upward in stages.

b) There will be important achievements.

It is still of the greatest importance to remain persevering and to continue making progress. If you keep on pushing then you will continue to rise.


6) 6 at the top

a) Pushing upwards in darkness.
It is favourable to be ceaselessly persevering.

b) At the top there is decrease and exhaustion.

The position at the top of the 'pushing upwards' situation is the place where the hard work is done. It is the 'sharp end' where you go into the darkness of unknown territory. This may be hard at times but the advice given here is that you should never give up trying.