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i-ching Sentence Examples

  • Yeah, I'm just tired, and my throat is itching this morning.

  • I mean, it'll make the bumps go away after a few days, and it'll stop itching right now.

  • Yeah, I'm just tired, and my throat is itching this morning.

  • I mean, it'll make the bumps go away after a few days, and it'll stop itching right now.

  • Through personal experience, dream interpretation and I Ching divination become part of a single experience.

  • I'm itching to use those pretty gruff graphs, but so far I've come up dry...

  • I think we are all just itching to get back into action.

  • memorize Divination discussion, advice and tips October 12th, 2006, 10:21 AM Replies: 23 Memorizing the I Ching Hexagram 10.

  • memorize Divination discussion, advice and tips October 12th, 2006, 10:21 AM Replies: 23 Memorizing the I Ching Hexagram 10.

  • Ancient methods of prediction also include I Ching and Pythagorean numerology, which is also widely used today.

  • In the eighties I studied astrology and transpersonal psychology and researched into Jungian approaches to reading tarot and I Ching.

  • In the eighties I studied astrology and transpersonal psychology and researched into Jungian approaches to reading tarot and I Ching.

  • Should I take her to the vet to rule out allergies or other etiology for the itching?

  • I started feeding him a more raw diet for the last couple of years and found a tar-based shampoo that really helped with the itching for at least a couple of days at a time.

  • A form of divination providing inspiration and answers from the world's oldest oracle, free I Ching readings are based on ancient Chinese wisdom.

  • Through the centuries, others that contributed to the I Ching include the Duke of Chou, King Wen and Confucius.

  • Based on the concept of yin and yang, the I Ching symbolizes the forces, changes and balance of the universe.

  • These constantly changing forces of nature are described in the I Ching.

  • The I Ching is a collection of 64 short essays, each assigned to one of 64 figures made up of a combination of six continuous or broken lines, called hexagrams.

  • These figures are the heart of the I Ching and its use as a divination tool.

  • For thousands of years people have sought guidance and the answers to many of life's questions from the I Ching.

  • When the I Ching coins are tossed, the result is recorded by making a solid line or a broken line.

  • It is possible to have an I Ching reading online.

  • Some of the websites offer free I Ching readings, others provide a reading for a nominal fee.

  • Homebrew provides a simple I Ching tool.

  • Register for free at Tarot.com for I Ching readings.

  • Free I Ching readings are a fun way to explore the possibilities of certain situations.

  • However, it is important to remember that although the I Ching is a book of wisdom, your final decisions are always in your own hands.

  • Some background will help you make the best use of I Ching explanations when you cast coins or sticks.

  • The origins of the I Ching can be traced back over 3,000 years to the Zhou dynasty in China, and its verbal traditions are probably far older than that.

  • Useful not only as a method of divination, the I Ching is a complex text that outlines the principles of change and transformation that are a part of the human condition.

  • When using coins or sticks in I Ching fortune telling, the requester thinks of a simple question that has a specific focus and casts either three coins or 49 yarrow sticks to find the answers.

  • The results will be the creation of a hexagram of six stacked lines that are either broken or solid and correspond to one of the I Ching Explanations.

  • There are 64 possible six-line combinations, or hexagrams, so there are 64 basic explanations in the I Ching.

  • It can be challenging to read I Ching explanations because they have so many levels of meaning.

  • This is one of the ways that the I Ching builds complexity by creating layers of meaning as part of the process of divination.

  • It's also one of the reasons the I Ching has survived as a popular method of fortune-telling for thousands of years.

  • You don't need special equipment to cast coins for an I Ching interpretive reading.

  • You now have a hexagram that corresponds to a numbered I Ching explanation.

  • To unlock the I Ching explanations, you will need to look up the hexagram by number, as well as any hexagrams created by the changing lines that occurred by casting sixes and nines.

  • For the best results, approach the I Ching with a quiet mind.

  • Unlocking the secrets of the I Ching is a process of discovery, both of the way opposites work to achieve balance and harmony in nature and in the human spirit.

  • There are many I Ching translations available.

  • All of them explain the basic 64 hexagrams used in I Ching divination.

  • The origins of the I Ching come to us from pre history, a time when the philosophy of balance between opposites was probably maintained by an oral tradition.

  • By 672 BC, the I Ching was growing in popularity and, during the Warring States period of 475-221 BC, was assembled into book form.

  • This is the first translation of the I Ching into English and the text is a an accurate translation.

  • Unfortunately, James Legge was not a devotee of the I Ching and considered divination poppycock.

  • This is a scholarly treatment of the I Ching with a focus on its earliest meanings.

  • It can be a fascinating addition to an existing I Ching library, but tackle it after you have some experience to help you appreciate the challenge of making connections between this and other translations.

  • This is a comprehensive character-by-character translation which includes a concordance that will let you explore the I Ching in new ways.

  • Just make sure you choose coins from a positive and prosperous dynasty such as the I-Ching Dynasty.

  • The origin of I Ching is obscured in oral tradition but was first mentioned in text some 3,000 years ago during the Chinese Zhou Dynasty.

  • I Ching can guide you to achieve balance between the yin and yang energies within yourself and any external circumstances or situations by offering you specific actions as directed by the I Ching Oracle (Book of Changes).

  • The Chinese have employed I Ching in feng shui readings.

  • If you've discovered a problem area in your home, I Ching can help you correct it.

  • You can find all 64 hexagram meanings within the I Ching oracle, the ancient guide for deciphering hexagrams.

  • This method of I Ching divination uses yarrow sticks instead of coins.

  • If you don't want to purchase coins or yarrow sticks, you can use some of the many online virtual I Ching divination tools.

  • Whichever method you choose to use for I Ching readings, this ancient form of divination can assist you in your feng shui efforts.

  • The Internet provides many opportunities for you to receive free I Ching readings based on the ancient Chinese method of divination.

  • The oldest form of divination, the I Ching oracle provides insight and guidance in the form of hexagram patterns.

  • There are many websites offering I Ching readings for free.

  • The following websites are a sampling of those offering I Ching readings for free.

  • Online Clarity gives seekers I Ching readings for free with the choice of a Hilary Barrett translation or a Legge translation.

  • Hilary Barrett is an I Ching diviner, teacher and author.

  • In 1882, Dr. James Legge of Oxford University translated the I Ching known as the Yi Jing, the Book of Changes into English.

  • Free I Ching readings are a useful tool in the practice of feng shui.

  • Namely, the runes, numerology and the I Ching are featured here as well.

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