I-Ching, also known as the Book of
one of the oldest of the
Chinese classic texts.
I-Ching a Chinese book of wisdom and oracles, dating from
the transition period between the Yin and Chou dynasties.
philosophy of the Book of Change is based on
Confucianism, but there are also
Taoist ideas present. It is based on
the idea of two polar energies, by whose activities all things are brought
about and come into being. Initially, these two energies were simply called
the light and the dark, but later were referred to as
yang. The interaction of yin and yang produces change, which is
to be understood as the movement of the
I-Ching is the secret of all
success in life and
The key to success is living in harmony with nature.
I-Ching reflects the
changes that are constantly operating throughout all levels of the universe
– the cycles and tides of luck which you must learn and ride if you wish to
It helps you
understand these mysterious rhythms, and to re-align your live so that you
can live more in harmony with the laws of nature.
I-Ching is divided into
two systems of wisdom: Space and Time I-Ching System and the Tao of Change.
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