On this page you can use the sliders for composing six lines to obtain a hexagram.
Compose a hexagram with the blue sliders for each line in the hexagram to indicate whether you want to see a Yin or a Yang line at this location, and whether it is changing or not.
The meaning of the positions of the six hexagram lines.
The upper line represents the position of mind, the sage, not active within the time, end, retreated from the temporal, royal ancestral temple, top head, ears, animal-horns, old age, death.
The fifth line represents the position of organizing, leading, structuring, identity, head of state, male life partner, the Son of Heaven (emperor), head, back of neck, nose, mouth, full growth, culmination.
The fourth line represents the position of decisions, finding the way, choices, (beliefs) convictions, minister, female life partner, feudal dukes and princes, back, torso, middle age, working career, realization of family.
The third line represents the position of emotions and evaluation, capacities, transitional, ministers, hip, waist, abdomen, ambition, striving, individual effort.
The second line represents the position of reactions, 'walking in the world', connections with other beings, behavior, country ruler, son, woman, first noble court, ankle, calf, rational self-interest.
The starting line represents the position of reality, action, matter, tactilities, so you are in the world, environment, inactive within time, the beginning, prior to activity, serviceman, low official, foot, big toe, animal tail, instinct, primary emotion.