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The I Ching Workbook: A Step-by-Step Guide to Learning the Wisdom of the… (2003)

by Roger Green

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The I Ching is a spiritual treasure.
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The I Ching, translated variously as the Book of Changes or the Classic of Change, is perhaps the oldest writing on philosophy, cosmology, divination and self -transformation in Chinese civilization. It is one of the treasures of ancient Chinese literature, used as a divinatory tool as well as an instrument to develop intuition and perception. The I Ching Workbook provides a fascinating overview of the I Ching including its history and legend, the symbolism of the 8 trigrams of natural energy, the meanings of the oracles of the 64 hexagrams, and methods for casting the I Ching. This illustrated workbook also explores the connections between the I Ching, oriental philosophy, and Chinese astrology, making it appropriate for beginners but also rich enough for devotees wishing to expand their knowledge of this fascinating subject.

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This text presents a guide on how to use the I Ching, including its history and associated legends, the symbolism of the eight trigrams, methods for casting hexagrams and detailed descriptions of the meanings of the 64 hexagrams. It also explores connections between I Ching, Eastern philosophy and feng shui.… (more)

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