The I Ching: Or Book of Changes

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Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1968 - Change - 740 pages
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I like the break down that offers a common sense approach to explaining what each portion means.
In my quest to find answers to tough questions I looked up other I Ching books and saw that this
one gave a precise and influential focus of each line.
That is what I believe you need if you are going to use the I Ching to give you rich insight into what the nature of the question is and the incredible realization you get from the readings themselves.
5 Stars hands down.
Buy it.....that way you have it to really get the instant meat and potato answers you most desire.
KO was the answer to my question. Can you imagine what I asked?

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Despite much investigation of much hype, and despite how counterintuitive it is to think that a translation written more than 50 years ago, and translated into german, then from german to english; THIS IS STILL the definitive translation of the I'Ching IMNSHO.

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