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'Answers' I Ching blog: Shadow hexagrams revisited
Four years ago , I posted about my first encounters with shadow hexagrams. And last week I was reminded of them again when a friend asked me to look at his connected-hexagrams-generating script that included Ideal and Shadow, along with many more of the...
Dateline: 2014-03-27 8:36pm -07:00T (1042 words)
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'Answers' I Ching blog: Four ways Yi works with dreams
A wise person said to me recently, ‘There’s only one oracle.’ She meant that there’s only one reality speaking to us – so it shouldn’t surprise us when dreams, Yi, guides, synchronicities and all turn out to be working ...
Dateline: 2014-03-20 8:19am -07:00T (1302 words)
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'Answers' I Ching blog: Change Circle Gathering, 22nd March
Join us: make the phone happy. I thought I’d make a quick post about this to be sure no-one who’s interested misses out. Change Circle are resuming regular monthly calls, on the 4th Saturday of each month. We’ll talk about a variety of Y...
Dateline: 2014-03-13 6:34am -07:00T (158 words)
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'Answers' I Ching blog: Oracle bones and remembering
I have a lovely, fat book on my shelves called Sources of Chinese Tradition (volume 1), full of excerpted translations from the Chinese. Chapter 1, fittingly enough, is about oracle bone inscriptions: the earliest Chinese writing, divination records from ...
Dateline: 2014-02-24 6:50am -08:00T (808 words)
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'Answers' I Ching blog: Two-line changes
If you’ve been working with Yi for a while, you’re probably familiar with the idea of looking at the hexagram each individual moving line would change to on its own, to give you a better context to understand its meaning. You might have heard ...
Dateline: 2014-02-15 8:35am -08:00T (624 words)
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