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Tao of Birth Days: Using the I Ching to Become Who You Were Born to Be

by Denny Sargent

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Based on a 5,000 year-old system from the I Ching, The Tao of Birth Days offers Western readers a new way to examine their lives and their destinies. Once readers find which of the sixty-four birth signs they fall under, they can begin the process of uncovering the traits, abilities, and possibilities they were born to possess. The Natal Hexagram explores all aspects of an individual's life, from family to work to love, in a way no other system has done. Compatibility charts, exercises, and a listing of each sign's positive and negative traits help readers to understand not just themselves, but their interactions with other signs and the world at large.

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