Surrounded by the Fu Hsi Arrangement of the trigrams. The Wei Chi, before the finish or the end. Symbolic variations include "not yet fording", "before completion", "unfinished", "arrival" and "not yet completed". Formed by the trigrams fire over water. The upper trigram is Li and the lower trigram is Khan. This hexagram is very similar to hexagram 63, in the even distribution of lines and the trigrams elements can move in their natural directions. Wei Chi relates to that short period of time that precedes success. It's possible to realize you goals, but it won't be easy. You may clearly see where you want to go and how you can get there, but there is always more in store then you bargained for. The end of a chapter in your life is approaching and this is an especially dangerous time when all you have achieved can by undone through inattention. Wei Chi is just like the old saying "don't count your chickens before they're hatched". Remain alert and stay focused, and Wei Chi will indicate a successful conclusion. On this journey, you are unlikely to arrive as quite the same person as you began.