The I Ching: Points of Balance and Cycles of Change

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Karnac Books, 2008 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 243 pages
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"Among the many available versions of the I Ching, this new rendering by Jungian analyst Peggy Jones deserves a special place. It presents the wisdom of the ancient Chinese oracle in lucid, psychological language that speaks directly and insightfully tocontemporary situations. Remaining faithful to the spirit of the original, Peggy Jones's I Ching guides us sagely in the task of maintaining psychological balance in a world of rapid change"--P. [4] of cover.
  

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Contents

The Hexagrams
1
Tai Peace
37
TaYu Possession in Great Measure
46
Chien Modesty
49
Yii Enthusiasm
53
Sui Following Tracking
57
Ku Work on What Has Been Spoiled Decay
61
Lin Approach
65
Chin Progress
120
Ming I1 Darkening of the Light Wounding of the Bright
123
Chia Jen The Family The Clan
126
Kuei Opposition
130
Chien Obstruction
134
Hsieh Deliverance
137
Sun Decrease
141
Increase
145

Kuan Contemplation View
68
Shih Ho Biting Through
72
Pi Grace
76
Po Splitting Apart Letting Go Release
80
Fu Return The Turning Point
84
Wu Wang Innocence The Unexpected
87
Ta Chu The Taming Power of the Great
91
Corners of the Mouth Providing Nourishment
94
Ta Kuo Preponderance of the Great
97
Kan The Abysmal Water The Deep The Depths
100
The Clinging Fire
104
Hsien Influence Wooing
107
Heng Duration
110
Tun Retreat
113
Ta Chuang The Power of the Great
116
Kuai Breakthrough Resoluteness
148
Kou Coming To Meet
152
Tsui Gathering Together
156
Sheng Pushing Upward
159
Kun Oppression Exhaustion
163
Ching The Well
167
Ko Revolution Moulting
171
Ting The Cauldron
175
Chen The Arousing Thunder
179
Ken Keeping Still Mountain
182
Lu The Wanderer The Outsider
195
Chieh Limitation
209
The Trigrams and the Sequence
225
The Grid
241
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About the author (2008)

Peggy Jones trained with the Westminster Pastoral Foundation and the Society of Analytical Psychology and subsequently worked in private practice as a counsellor, psychotherapist and Jungian analyst. During this time she served as the first organiser of the Day Release training at the Westminster Pastoral Foundation and taught on that and other courses at the Foundation. At the Society of Analytical Psychology she served on the Training Committee and contributed lectures on the collective unconscious and the archetypes in the Public Events program and gave a number of talks (some of which were subsequently published) to various counselling and psychotherapy organizations. She has also run several workshops on the I Ching.

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