The I Ching is the oldest and most powerful Chinese oracle. This clear and accessible guide explains how you can take advantage of its wisdom to create happiness and success in your life.
What makes "Way of the I Ching" so special is that, for the first time, we have a concise adaptation of theI Ching that is both an accurate interpretation of the ancient original texts and remarkably easy to understand. Another benefit to this edition is Dr. Karcher's introduction of a new way to consult the I Ching that is not only as easy as the common "three coins" method, but also retains the mathematical model underlying the traditional (and laborious) "yarrow stalk" method. It offers practical information and insight into:
the I Ching's roots and history.
• how the I Ching works – its 64 symbols or hexagrams.
• how you can consult the oracle and find answers to a wide range of questions.
• how to recognize and resolve your anxieties and fears, and realize your desires.
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Discover a new way of life
The I Ching is the oldest and most powerful Chinese oracle. This clear and accessible guide explains how you can use its wisdom to help you find greater happiness and success in your life. It offers practical information and insight into:
• The origins of the I Ching
• How the I ching works – the 64 divinatory figures
• How to consult the oracle and find answers to wide range of questions
• How to connect with your creative and unconscious imagination
Suitable for both the beginner and the more experienced practitioner, this is the book to deepen your understanding and enhance your life.About the Author:
Stephen Karcher PhD. is a writer, lecturer and personal consultant on myth, divination and archetypal psychology. He has been working with the I Ching for over 30 years. He currently leads Wayfinders, an international association for the divinatory arts.
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Book Description Thorsons, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0007136048
Book Description Thorsons, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0007136048