Book Review - The Secret of Wen-Wang Gua Divination using Hexagrams by Jack Chiu. Well my friend, you should feel so guility for reading the whole of book in bookshop, because WE ALL WANT SUPPORT CM, espeically english CM. you think you do not damaged the book ??
But think, man, think, if every body do like you, very quickly that book you read get damaged. and then bookshop loses value of that book, replace it wit another copy, and then get damaged times and again by in-considerate people similar to you, so on so on ......!! You are givin a bad example for english CM comunity!!! Do not be so cheap, my vriend, what you do means you profit and bookshop lost, in-considerate!! Which familiar member is this? You came in late. Similarly, I will not waste my money on unworthy books as mentioned. Edit: To other members, do not waste your time & effort to sign up new accounts and hide behind another "identity".
Yijing. Featured Books. 醫易 Yi Jing and Medicine - Home. Book of Changes – The Original Core of the I Ching. Russellcottrell.com. YI KING. I Ching: the Cosmos in the hexagrams - The Yi-globe. Dreams, health, yoga, body mind & spirit. YiJing LiSe. Documents de Luis Andrade sur SlideShare. Yijing Dao - Calling crane in the shade. Yijing. I Ching. 13 Archives - Le Journal du Yi Jing. Yesterday, end of the afternoon, harassed by the heat, I was deeply engrossed in flies watching when the phone rang.
A friend of a friend of a friend calls introducing themselves asking if by chance I’d have a little time to spare for a quick reading regarding some issue at hand that they have. I pressed the routine button and asked a couple of questions on the situation to make sure I understood the issue at stake. The one question that really kicked me out of my semi-comatic state was this very often asked question: « And what method do you use for a reading? » I feel that by this type of question people worry if the method used may actually be effective in providing the answer they’re looking for. This is also a question that a lot of my students ask. Tui Bei Tu Chinese Future Prophecies. Alex Chiu's Online I-Ching © 2001 Registered with the US Copyright Office.
Future Prophecies using I-Ching. Alex Chiu's I-Ching Iching Fortune telling prophecy Nostradamus. Free I Ching eBook: Unveiling the mystery of I Ching, also called the Book of Changes, (Yijing or Yi Jing), translated and elaborated by Tuck Chang. The Yijing in Chinese Medicine Clinical Practice – Part 1. This is the first part of a series by Jonathan Edwards on the clinical use of the Yijing in Chinese medicine.
Read : Part 1 / Part 2 / Part 3 / Part 4 / Part 5 / Part 6 / Part 7 / Part 8/ Part 9 Part 1: The Clinician’s Golden Compass Welcome to the first in a series of articles on applying the Yijing in clinical practice. For those not familiar, the Yijing (or I Ching) is an ancient Chinese oracle, or system of divination, with close ties to Classical Chinese Medicine. Speaking as it does in very compressed symbols, the oracle has a reputation for being hard to understand. “It’s almost like talking to someone, only you can’t quite hear them, and you feel kind of stupid because they’re cleverer than you, only they don’t get cross or anything…And they know such a lot, Farder Coram!
Imagine being able to talk to someone who “knows everything, almost”—it would be like having a private line to the sages. THE YIJING AS ORACLE BONE'S SIDEKICK. Apart from ‘source, origin, beginning’ yuan 元 also means ‘great’.
I choose this meaning because theJudgment texts of hexagram 56 and 57 mention a xiao heng. 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. Richard J. Smith's Yijing Website : Rice Unversity. Richard J.
SmithGeorge and Nancy Rupp Professor of Humanities and Professor of History Under construction, contents updated 6-19-14 II. Some Yijing-related writings A. "Translations of Hexagram Names" B. Recovering the Lost Meaning of the Yijing Bagua. 4 Zhen can mean "thunder" or "tremor," depending on context (in modern Chinese, "earthquake" is dizhen, "earth thunder").
A clap of thunder can only be heard for a few miles, not hundreds, so this text probably describes an earthquake rather than a thunderstorm. 5 In ancient China people slept on mats, and beds were only used for convalescence. In this text a healing ceremony is being conducted. The character xun depicts two people kneeling, perhaps before an altar. By extension it means "humble, yielding. " 6 The character li is composed of the "bird" classifier (on the right) and a "demon" on the left, meaning an ominous bird--perhaps an owl. Yijing terminology paper 2011. The Virtual Yarrow Stalks I Ching. Move your mouse over the stalks, then click on them to divide them into two heaps.
Or, enter lines manually below About the Virtual Yarrow Stalks I Ching The Virtual Yarrow Stalks I Ching works in the same way that conventional yarrow stalks do. You divide a virtual bundle of yarrow stalks to consult the I Ching, a volitional act similar to what you would do if you were holding real stalks in your hands. Move your mouse over the stalks, then click on them to divide them into two “heaps.” Yijing Dao - Calling crane in the shade. A website dedicated to reviews of books on the Yijing or I Ching, the ancient Chinese oracle known as the Book of Changes, but also containing a complete 'Introduction to Yijing' for beginners, an accurate transcription of the 1935 Harvard-Yenching Zhouyi, animations of hexagram sequences, articles, and scans of Chinese diagrams.
I have always enjoyed reading book reviews, finding they often provide nuggets of information in passing from the reviewer's experience of the subject that clear up misunderstandings or bridge gaps in one's knowledge, not to mention saving you time in separating the wheat from the chaff. I originally made this website to make available once more the many useful reviews of Yijing books that appeared in 'The Oracle', a journal of Yijing studies published in London. 'The Oracle' began in 1995 as 'The Journal of the I Ching Society', edited by William Fancourt. S J Marshall (author of The Mandate of Heaven) You can contact me at: email@example.com. Le journal du Feng Shui - Pour vivre la terre autrement. Calendrier chinois des énergies.
Yi King et coïncidences. Le Journal du Yi Jing - Mode d'emploi, études de cas et réflexions sur le yi jing. My Thoughts on Changes - Changes are the norm. The present work is a translation of Part 2, Section 10, of the book “Tratado I Ching — El Canon de las Mutaciones — “El Séptimo Tiempo”” by Ricardo Andreé, privately published in Santiago, Chile, in 2004 (no ISBN but Mr. Andreé’s books can be purchased at This section is named “Tiempos” (Times) and deals with the proper timing of Yijing answers. Hermetica Contents. Wonderings and wanderings of an Yi informed mind. Just recently, a fellow Yixue student, the philosopher, musician and writer, Will Buckingham, wrote a very interesting article for Aeon Magazine, titled the “Uncertainty Machine”.
Here are a few thoughts that I intended to post as a comment to the article but it became too long, and I think important, to be forgotten in a […] Read more "On Uncertainty and the Yijing" Something I wrote in Clarity on Nov/12/2011, about a novel way to read hexagrams and follow “paths” amongst the lines. Library. I Ching Dead Moon Cards by Luis Royo The long awaited new deck by Luis Royo, famous fantasy illustrator and author of the Black Tarot and the Labyrinth Tarot, this deck follows the format of the I Ching.
The boxed deck includes 64 cards in full color and an instruction booklet. Journal of Chinese Philosophy, Vol 35, Nbr 2, June/2008 Xul Solar: Visions and Revelations. YiJingDao - YiJing Dictionaries - I CHING: Riding the Changes - Oracle Database. Yi King. Structure of the I-Ching. Represent the secret images 1 to 12 groups of stars? Are these constellations or asterism not only necessary for timekeeping, but also for getting the support of heaven, when using the I Ching for divination? Astronomy in China has a long history. Paulette Duval : la pensée alchimique et le conte du Graal. La thèse de Paulette Duval est que la pensée sous-jacente qui structure le conte du Graal est la pensée hermético-alchimiste.
Le livre tente de dégager les points clefs de la pensée alchimiques, sa transmission de l’antiquité au moyen âge, depuis les premières traces dans le chamanisme jusqu’aux récits voilés par l’imagerie chrétienne, comme le culte de marie-madeleine. Malheureusement, certains points très contestables (le chateau du Graal retrouvé ) et d’autres traités un peut trop rapidement (la Turba Gallica comme prototype du mythe du Graal ) ont jetté le discrédit sur le travail de Paulette Duval. Il n’en demeure pas moins que toute la première partie de son travail met en lumière la relation indiscutable qui existe entre le conte du Graal et la tradition alchimique . p.307 : le choix du manuscrit.