I Ching, Or, Book of Changes

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Arkana, 1989 - Confucianism - 816 pages
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At least 5000 years old, the I Ching is a book of oracles containing the whole of human experience. Used for divination, it is a method of exploring the unconscious; through the symbolism of its hexagrams we are guided towards the solution of difficult problems and life situations. It can also be read as a book of wisdom revealing the laws of life to which we must all attune ourselves if we are to live in peace and harmony.

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User Review  - xuebi - LibraryThing

An ancient Chinese manual for divination, the I-Ching (Yijing 易經) has long been the source of much interest both inside and outside of China. This version, the translation by Richard Wilhelm (the eminent German sinologist), is still one of the best around. Read full review

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User Review  - shieldwolf - LibraryThing

OK This is the granddaddy of I Ching primers in English, Cary Baynes Translation for Richard Wilhelm's German version is considered to be THE reference book for all other English books on the subject ... Read full review

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