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'Answers' I Ching blog: Hexagram 57 in readings
(Continuing a series on hexagram 57, because it makes sense to approach this hexagram of all hexagrams incrementally!) What does Subtly Penetrating mean in readings? Well… like any hexagram, it means what it says and what it is, and no amount of co...
Dateline: 2015-08-28 9:31am -07:00T (900 words)
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'Answers' I Ching blog: The elusive hexagram 57
‘No one can tell me, Nobody knows, Where the wind comes from, Where the wind goes.’ AA Milne, ‘Wind on the Hill Xun has to be the most elusive hexagram. It’s awkward to translate (you need one word that means penetrating, int...
Dateline: 2015-08-23 6:47am -07:00T (968 words)
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'Answers' I Ching blog: Change Circle changes & the Yijing Foundations Course
Where I start from… Yi is pretty extraordinary. I know, this isn’t exactly breaking news. But I keep noticing it all over again: partly because I keep looking at more complex structures and finding more meaning and beauty than ever (the fract...
Dateline: 2015-08-15 5:47am -07:00T (773 words)
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'Answers' I Ching blog: Review: Stephen Field, The Duke of Zhou Changes
I’m really the wrong person to review this book: it’s a scholarly work, and I’m not remotely qualified to write a scholarly review. So here is a diviner’s take, instead. It comes as a sort of ‘whinge sandwich': appreciation b...
Dateline: 2015-08-09 5:01am -07:00T (56 words)
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'Answers' I Ching blog: Yi and decisions: a cautionary tale
Here is a cautionary tale about involving Yi in decision making, how this can get you tied up in an endless series of unpromising readings, and the tremendously simple way to avoid this. Why is this a cautionary tale? Well, because I’ve managed to a...
Dateline: 2015-08-05 10:16am -07:00T (56 words)
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'Answers' I Ching blog: Some ways Yi doesnt answer your question
This oracle, as I keep saying, isn’t a slot machine. It’s not ‘insert question, get answer’. Someone who is completely familiar and comfortable with Yi does not therefore receive the answers to all their questions and live in a sta...
Dateline: 2015-07-26 8:32am -07:00T (1647 words)
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'Answers' I Ching blog: Myth and legend in hexagrams
Why look for the stories behind the hexagrams? To start with something uncontentious: the people who wrote the Yi had wisdom and intelligence (as well as mind-boggling genius), and were well-informed, and had good reasons for their choices. One of the thi...
Dateline: 2015-07-14 4:01am -07:00T (1771 words)
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'Answers' I Ching blog: News from Clarity
I asked Yi for work advice recently, and received hexagram 58. It seems that work has a lot to do withcommunicating– who’d’ve thought, right? So I will do more of that and less keeping of things under wraps, and if I ever seem to hav...
Dateline: 2015-07-10 3:17pm -07:00T (423 words)
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