Melkiades - yijing. Yi_king. I Ching ♦ The Book of Changes. According to the original meaning, the attributes [sublimity, potentiality of success, power to further, perseverance] are paired. When an individual draws this oracle, it means that success will come to him from the primal depths of the universe and that everything depends upon his seeking his happiness and that of others in one way only, that is, by perseverance in what is right. The specific meanings of the four attributes became the subject of speculation at an early date.
The Chinese word here rendered by "sublime" means literally "head," "origin," "great. " This is why Confucius says in explaining it: “Great indeed is the generating power of the Creative; all beings owe their beginning to it. This power permeates all heaven.”3 For this attribute inheres in the other three as well. The beginning of all things lies still in the beyond in the form of ideas that have yet to become real. But the Creative furthermore has power to lend form to these archetypes of ideas. Yijing Research. Harmen's Dagboek. In this article no in-depth explanation of Chinese characters, hardly references, just an interesting story.
There is a fascinating link with hexagram 29 and a passage from the Mozi 墨子. The name of this hexagram, kan 坎, means 'pit, hole in the ground, trap'. But used doubled (kan-kan 坎坎) it is an onomatopoeia for the sound of drumming, as in the poem Fa Tan 伐檀 in The Book of Odes: 坎坎伐檀兮Kan-kan go his blows on the sandal trees... Often when a character is doubled it is a representation of a sound. 來之坎坎The kan-kan of coming/approaching... Something which produces a kan-kan sound is approaching. The trigram Water is associated with danger, and with the ears, with listening. Pit sound of drumming danger listening ...can be found in a passage from the Mozi, which describes an alarm system to discover enemies who are approaching a city through underground tunnels. Ralph Sawyer describes it like this: Judgment text:習坎.有孚.維心亨.行有尚.Repeated kan.
Line 1:習坎.入于坎窞.凶.Repeated kan enters the pit. YiKingDay Calendrier insolite, "astrologie du troisième millenaire", climat journalier, Voyance, QUINTE turf, homeopathie. Divination. YE JINN ("I Ching") the ancient Imperial Oracle of China Being: In Which We Find The thirty degrees and Signs of Astrology, in which we are each born with a unique and 'fixed' Libido-type, FOR LIFE; The first thirty, or Ego-refining, years of our lives.. during which we are made aware of our limitations AND potentials; and The thirty spokes of the Wheel of TAO; by which our Earthly Selves roll through life until our Ego-nature has been joined (in the second Wing of YE JINN) by the Spiritual-nature which will fill our Mature Years as the Ego and Libido did for our youth.
I Ching: Richard Wilhelm Translation. I Ching - The Book Of Changes. Yi King, le Livre des Mutations - Yi Jing. Ce dispositif de 64 hexagrammes et de leurs commentaires et transformations est à la source de la pensée chinoise.
Tr. Wilhelm (en, fr). Histoire du livre ↓ Les Hexagrammes ↓ Les Trigrammes ↓ Tirage ↓ Confer ↓ Présentation (Extraits de l'Introduction de Richard Wilhelm à sa traduction du Yijing) « Le Livre des Transformations, en chinois Yi King [pinyin : Yijing], appartient incontestablement aux livres les plus importants de la littérature universelle. . « Le grand renom de sagesse qui entoure le Livre des Transformations a, sans aucun doute, été cause qu'un grand nombre d'enseignements mystérieux dont la source se trouvait dans d'autres courants de pensée – peut-être même certains étaient-ils d'origine étrangère à la Chine – ont pu, avec le temps, venir se greffer sur la doctrine primitive. . « Le Livre des Transformations était à l'origine une collection de signes à usage d'oracles. Et le « non », par un trait brisé . Histoire du livre Les Hexagrammes Trigrammes de base Trigrammes nucléaires.
Yijing Hexagram Names and Core Meanings. Introduction The Yi tells us that a good Cauldron needs a good handle, that a good Well needs a long enough rope and a bucket that doesn't leak.
In both cases, these symbols are most useful when they are accessible, when they can be grasped, when you can get a grip, and when you can retrieve what you need from the ground or the fire. The Gua Ming or Hexagram Name is the first and most obvious way to get a grip on the coherent sets of ideas that each of the Hexagrams represents. It is therefore to our advantage to clear up some of the great confusion that has grown up around them. It might be useful to introduce this within an outline of the five main areas or branches of Yixue or Yi Studies, with the most time spent on the second, Core Meanings, of which Gua Ming is a subset. 1) Cumulative Experience. Bricolage: Construction or creation from a diverse range of available things.
Confirmation Bias. Unlearning. 2) Core Meanings. 3) Zhouyi Yili.