Obtaining Xiang through Huti was the mainstream perspective in Yixue in Han Dynasty and declined in Wei-Jin Dynasties after a series of debates among Yi philosophers. However, thanks to Zhu Zhen, it made a comeback and reached its peak in Southern Song. Zhu used Huti as the main method to obtain Xiang and explain the meaning of Yi, and was the first to use the method extensively. Besides, the concept of obtaining Xiang through Huti is the main realization and practice of Zhu's thoughts on Yi. The present study aims to explore Zhu's theory of obtaining Xiang through Huti, to verify its reasonability from Huti and traditional Yizhuan theory, and to further confirm the necessity of Zhu's application of Huti. Meanwhile, the study will provide a detailed description and analysis of Zhu's theory of obtaining Xiang through Huti in terms of the following aspects: three-Yao-Huti, Bie-gua-Huti, non-ben-gua-Huti and unconventional half-Xaing Huti.