I had two moving lines: three (yang) and four (yin). Master Huang suggests consulting only the yin line.
The Commentary on the Fourth Six:
Being sincere and truthful,
anxiety goes away.
Those above agree with you.
The line is in its correct place and thus one is able to be humble and willing to accept support from the two yang elements on the top. Thus, “Anxiety goes away; fear gives out.”
This gua employs “Clouds condense, yet no rain” as an image to express the situation when the accumulation of one’s latent energy and strength is not enough. A little break is required. It is not the time for one to carry out his purpose.
Fourth Six: Little Accumulation (9) alternates to Initiating (1).