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I CHING: Riding the Changes

By Bernardo, Daniel, Claudio

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Book Id: WPLBN0002829057
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Reproduction Date: 10/1/2013

Title: I CHING: Riding the Changes  
Author: Bernardo, Daniel, Claudio
Volume:
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion, I ching studies
Collection: Authors Community
Subcollection: Philosophy
Historic
Publication Date:
2013
Publisher: Bersoft
Member Page: Daniel Bernardo

Description
This I Ching translation is concise and oriented towards divinatory usage. To help readers understand better the true meaning of the text, notes with historical and cultural information have been added, as well as cross-references between hexagrams. Line by line interpretations are both general and oriented toward different aspects of life like Career, Private life and Health, Feelings and Social life.

Summary
Riding the changes means to take the best course between the rough waves of life. Changes are the natural waves that traverse time. The I Ching can help us to understand better the relation between external reality and our will; such insight will allow us to chart the best possible course of action and will enhance the quality of our lives.

Excerpt
The fundamental principles of life have not changed since the Book of Changes was written, we are as bad or as good as our remote ancestors were, but we may be more hypocritical than them. The valuable insights about human relationships that the Yijing depicts are still valid and can be applied to our lives in the same way that they were put to use in ancient China. Today as yesterday, fate is determined by both factors outside our reach and by our own capacity. The Yijing can help us to understand better the relation between external reality and our will, and because that it is an invaluable tool that will enhance the quality of our lives if we hear its message.

Table of Contents
Contents Introduction How to consult the Oracle History of the Book of Changes The Sixty-Four Hexagrams Appendixes The Eight Trigrams Chinese Pronunciation Glossary The Yarrow-Stalk Oracle Chart of the Trigrams and Hexagrams

 

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