I Ching Bk of Changes
Book of Changes Wonderful new edition of this classic guide, the world's oldest surviving method of fortune telling. With three coins and this book, join millions throughout the world who consult the I Ching in making decisions about the future and trying to understand the present.
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A'Aien A'an A'au according action advance advantageous appears Appendix attributes auspice central place centre Chapter character Chinese Confucian Confucius correct place course denotes divided lines divination docility duke dynasty error evil explanation fifth line fifth six firm and correct firm correctness follow fortune fourth nine fourth six Fu-hsi heaven and earth hence hexagram humility indicates Khan Khang-hsi editors KhSn Khwan king Wan Kwei lineal figures lower trigram meaning Mencius mind movement nature nourish numbers occasion for repentance occupies odd place paragraph peril progress and success proper correlate proper place Regis ruler sages second line second six Shang Shih shows its subject sincerity sixth nine spirit-like strength strong line subject of line suggests the idea Sung dynasty superior symbol symbolised Text things third nine third six Thwan topmost line translation treatise trigram representing undivided union upper trigram virtue weak line writer