Adele Aldridge on April 26th, 2016
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Image I Ching, Hexagram 22 line 2.

Six in the second place

The way we display our hair
defines the culture we live in.
We make our decorations beautiful
to create projections of character.
This way of seeing or being seen
is not the true inner self . . .
Except when it is.

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Adele Aldridge on April 20th, 2016
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Image I Ching Hexagram 22 line 1

Nine in the First Place

Wilhelm says: S/he lends grace to the toes, leaves the carriage, and walks.


Becoming graceful begins with the feet.
While the sole of the foot symbolizes the soul
the shoes we wear show our status in the culture we travel in.
Learn how to fit into the environment by being grounded.
Don’t pretend to be more than you are.

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Adele Aldridge on March 28th, 2016
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The Image of Mountain over Fire

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I Ching image hexagram 22, Grace

Form follows function.

What we wear is not our soul.
Our clothes are symbols of decoration we choose that reflect our position in society.
Show your inner beauty with tranquility.
Cultivate the ability to enjoy life with grace and elegance.
The brightness of fire illuminates the still mountain
creating images we call art.

Form follows function.

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Adele Aldridge on March 11th, 2016
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I Ching hexagram 21, Biting Through, 9 in the last place.

Nine the the Last Place

Some people are incorrigible.
They don’t seek counsel.
They don’t understand what happened.
Listen and learn from your mistakes.

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