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I-CHING Hexagram #27
"Corners of the Mouth"

Ken Keeping quiet, Mountain Chen The awakening, Thunder. The hexagram depicts an open mouth. The thought is about somebody feeding himself.

It shows the man that with the right men's acquisition of dignity and knowledge, the whole population is embrased. Tha man shows a quite proper attitude towards society, being aware of everything that goes into his mouth: food and drink, and that going out: words.

To get started

We are about entering a stage in which food supply is essential. Talking not only about the way that we worry about our food, but also the way we provide food to others. Our main goal is to take care of everything coming in and going ut of our mouths: food, drink, and words.

To end

We are about passing to a stage in which we should involve individually in our nourishment and that of others'. Be cautious, in all the senses, in the way we eat and drink, and the things we say. Be careful when eating and drinking, and be neutral with words to avoid inconvenients. Being very perseverant, we'll gain success.


Perseverance brings good fortune. - Pay heed to the providing of nourishment - And to what a man seeks - To fill his own mouth with.

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