Carl Jung to Richard Wilhelm
Jung’s feelings and security needs compared to those of Richard Wilhelm.
In the houses or worldly matters Jung needs to be the arousing force to feel secure, while Wilhelm is self critical. This creates the hexagram Difficulty at the Beginning.
In the Zodiac signs or realms of attitude Jung needs to be strong and creative, while Wilhelm needs to be patient and wait. This develops into the hexagram Taming Power of the Great. Wilhelm gave his manuscript of the I Ching to Jung, but he had to wait for it to get done. It was a powerful commentary about synchronicity. It was added to Wilhelm’s Book of Changes posthumously.
Jung’s manner of thinking and communicating compared to Wilhelm’s.
In the houses: Jung expresses himself patiently in practical matters while Wilhelm expresses himself with a unique clarity especially in dealing with Chinese implications. This develops into the hexagram The Wanderer.
In the Zodiac signs or realm of attitude Jung’s communication is gentle but penetrating, while Wilhelm expresses himself best when happy and content. This relationship is elaborated in the hexagram Preponderance of the Great.
Jung’s magnetism, his like and dislikes, and the choices he makes compared to those of Wilhelm.
In the houses or worldly affairs, Jung is selective and patient about what he wants, and Wilhelm is assertive to get what he wants. This presents the hexagram Preponderance of the Small.
In the Zodiac, in the realm of emotional attitudes Jung penetrates with gentleness, while Wilhelm will attract what he wants by charm and good cheer. This is elaborated by the hexagram Preponderance of the Great.
Jung’s confidence and will power compared to that of Wilhelm’s.
In the houses and matters of practical concerns Jung is self critical and analytical while Wilhem is assertive. It gives the hexagram of Deliverance. Movement out of the abyss.
In the Zodiac Jung expects applause for his gentle perceptiveness. He expects to be listened to. While Wilhelm gains confidence from power and independent expressions. This is the hexagram of Coming to Meet.
Jung’s assertiveness and use of energy compared to Wilhelm’s.
In the houses and worldly matters, Jung is strong, forceful and independent. Wilhelm is more self-critical. This can be seen in the hexagram of Waiting for Nourishment.
In the Zodiac signs, Jung’s attitude to aggression is open, receptive and inclusive. Wilhelm is more patient and reserved. This is symbolized by the hexagram of Splitting Apart.
Jung’s outlook and understanding compared to Wilhelm’s.
In the houses and in worldly affairs Jung is gentle and perceptive while Wilhelm is self critical and striving to improve. The hexagram for this relationship is The Well.
In the Zodiac Jung’s outlook is more patient and he will wait for understanding. Wilhelm’s outlook will be critical and analytical. This can be seen in the hexagram Obstruction.
Jung’s sense of authority and self discipline compared to Wilhelm’s.
In worldly matters Jung clearly sees his responsibilities and knows what he is doing. Wilhelm is more inclined to work toward what he wants. This is expressed through the hexagram of The Revolution, Molting.
In the Zodiac attitudes to authority and time demands, Jung can accomplish a lot when he is clear about the demands. Wilhelm is inclined to instigate and set his own commitments in motion. This relationship can be seen in the hexagram Abundance, Fullness.
Jung’s relationship to excitement and innovation compared to Wilhelm’s.
In the houses or worldly matters, Jung is critical about change and excitement while Wilhelm is gentle and perceptive. This relationship is elaborated in the hexagram Youthful Folly.
In the Zodiac attitudes to excitement and change will affect both Jung’s and Wilhelm’s perceptiveness. The hexagram here is The Gentle, Penetrating, Wind.
Jung’s sense of romance and adventure compared to Wilhelm’s.
In the houses, and practical matters, both Jung and Wilhelm project their visions and fantasies and are inclined to set them in motion. The hexagram for this relationship is The Joyous, Lake.
In the Zodiac happiness and enjoyment colour both Jung’s and Wilhelm’s visions, dreams and expectations. Here the hexagram is The Joyous, Lake.
Jung’s expression of necessity, fear and reality check compared to Wilhelm’s.
In the houses or matters of practical concern both Jung and Wilhelm will force their truth and instigate confrontations. Here the hexagram is The Arousing Force
In the Zodiac Jung and Wilhelm will both respond very strongly and independently to confrontations. The hexagram here is The Creative, Individual.