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Interrelationships between 64 Complementary Approaches to Sustainable Lifestyle


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Map of relationships between 64 approaches to sustainable lifestyle DDDDDE: ModeDDD / ModeDDE (44: Encounter)EDDDDE: ModeEDD / ModeDDE (28: Importance)DEDDDE: ModeDED / ModeDDE (50: Cultural heritage)EEDDDE: ModeEED / ModeDDE (32: Endurance)DDEDDE: ModeDDE / ModeDDE (57: Penetrating clarity)EDEDDE: ModeEDE / ModeDDE (48: Basic need)DEEDDE: ModeDEE / ModeDDE (18: Remedial action)EEEDDE: ModeEEE / ModeDDE (46: Advancement) DDDEE: ModeDDD / ModeDEE (33: Withdrawal)EDDDEE: ModeEDD / ModeDEE (31: Influence)DEDDEE: ModeDED / ModeDEE (56: Marginality)EEDDEE: ModeEED / ModeDEE (62: Conscientiousness) DDEDEE: ModeDDE / ModeDEE (53: Development)EDEDEE: ModeEDE / ModeDEE (39: Obstruction)DEEDEE: ModeDEE / ModeDEE (52: Inaction)EEEDEE: ModeEEE / ModeDEE (15: Unpretentiousness)DDDDDD: ModeDDD / ModeDDD (1: Creativity)EDDDDD: ModeEDD / ModeDDD (43: Resolution)DEDDDD: ModeDED / ModeDDD (14: Wealth)EEDDDD: ModeEED / ModeDDD (34: Power)DDEDDD: ModeDDE / ModeDDD (9: Subtle restraint)EDEDDD: ModeEDE / ModeDDD (5: Waiting)DEEDDD: ModeDEE / ModeDDD (26: Conservation)EEEDDD: ModeEEE / ModeDDD (11: Peace)DDDEDE: ModeDDD / ModeEDE (6: Conflict)EDDEDE: ModeEDD / ModeEDE (47: Adversity)DEDEDE: ModeDED / ModeEDE (64: Transformation threshold)EEDEDE: ModeEED / ModeEDE (40: Liberation)DDEEDE: ModeDDE / ModeEDE (59: Barrier dissolution)EDEEDE: ModeEDE / ModeEDE (29: Persistence)DEEEDE: ModeDEE / ModeEDE (4: Inexperience)EEEEDE: ModeEEE / ModeEDE (7: Controlled threat)DDDEDD: ModeDDD / ModeEDD (10: Careful conduct)EDDEDD: ModeEDD / ModeEDD (58: Vitality)DEDEDD: ModeDED / ModeEDD (38: Opposition)EEDEDD: ModeEED / ModeEDD (54: Elective affinity)DDEEDD: ModeDDE / ModeEDD (61: Essential quality)EDEEDD: ModeEDE / ModeEDD (60: Limitation) DEEEDD: ModeDEE / ModeEDD (41: Deficiency)EEEEDD: ModeEEE / ModeEDD (19: Initiative)DDDDED: ModeDDD / ModeDED (13: Fellowship)EDDDED: ModeEDD / ModeDED (49: Revolution)DEDDED: ModeDED / ModeDED (30: Normative constraint)EEDDED: ModeEED / ModeDED (55: Prosperity)DDEDED: ModeDDE / ModeDED (37: Community)EDEDED: ModeEDE / ModeDED (63: Accomplishment)DEEDED: ModeDEE / ModeDED (22: Style)EEEDED: ModeEEE / ModeDED (36: Decline)DDDEED: ModeDDD / ModeEED (25: Spontaneity)EDDEED: ModeEDD / ModeEED (17: Following)DEDEED: ModeDED / ModeEED (21: Decisive action)EEDEED: ModeEED / ModeEED (51: Crisis preparedness) DDEEED: ModeDDE / ModeEED (42: Assistance)EDEEED: ModeEDE / ModeEED (3: Initial difficulty)DEEEED: ModeDEE / ModeEED (27: Support) EEEEED: ModeEEE / ModeEED (24: Recovery)EEEEEE: ModeEEE / ModeEEE (2: Receptivity) DEEEEE: ModeDEE / ModeEEE (23: Deterioration)EDEEEE: ModeEDE / ModeEEE (8: Solidarity)DDEEEE: ModeDDE / ModeEEE (20: Recognition)EEDEEE: ModeEED / ModeEEE (16: Enthusiasm )DEDEEE: ModeDED / ModeEEE (35: Progress) EDDEEE: ModeEDD / ModeEEE (45: Congregation)DDDEEE: ModeDDD / ModeEEE (12: Stagnation)

Instructions: Putting the cursor on any hexagram in the above diagram will bring up in a window the significance of the hexagram. Any line leading away from the selected hexagram will link to a second hexagram -- signifying another approach into which the first will tend to transform. The text also includes a number and the name of a metaphor. Clicking on any hexagram will bring up the text corresponding to that metaphor -- which explains the significance of that particular approach. Note that in this version, hexagrams are to be read with the 'top' on the outer side of the circle -- the 'bottom' towards the centre.

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