I Ching

Filled under Books, I Ching Books on 15 March 2011 10:33 Written by admin Used by its readers as an oracle this book based on the terminology used in the classic Wilhelm Baynes translation puts the I Ching into modern language This allows its wisdom to be applied to the situations of everyday life Decoded are words such as the superior and inferior man and the inferiors which refer respectively to the true self the ego and the bodily self Expressions such as crossing the great water and seeing the great man are seen to mean getting past the danger of giving up on oneself and remembering the potential for good in every person
Filled under Books, I Ching Books on 14 March 2011 15:45 Written by admin A thoroughly revised edition of the much-sought-after early work by Terence and Dennis McKenna that looks at shamanism altered states of consciousness and the organic unity of the King Wen sequence of the I Ching
Filled under I Ching on 3 November 2010 08:47 Written by admin The Truth of Happiness Definitions of happiness from historical global great minds Aristotle The goal of life is the pursuit of happiness What constitute happiness Virtue a fair degree of world good a good mind achievement and friendship Plato and Socrates shared similar viewpoints Chuang-tzu Happiness is the absence of striving for happiness Spinoza a hellip
Filled under I Ching on 2 November 2010 11:27 Written by admin I Ching is the oldest Chinese classic text and it is also called the book of changes or classic of changes This text basically speaks about cosmology which is based upon ancient Chinese traditions or customs Let us first know the meaning of the title of I CHING which is also called Yi Jing Yi hellip
Filled under I Ching on 2 November 2010 05:46 Written by admin As I prepared to write this article I gathered around me several Wayne Dyer s books Once these books were all around me I could gather my sense of calm and write one word and then the next One of Wayne s favorite Patanjali aphorisms defines inspiration and applies six rewards to the process When you are hellip
Filled under I Ching on 1 November 2010 23:58 Written by admin It took Lao-Tzu words to complete his manifesto on the Tao He explores every aspect of getting your life right with the Tao and how to live a better life Here are his top ways to make it happen taken from the Tao Te Ching The Old Man s Guide to the Virtuous hellip
Filled under Featured, I Ching on 30 October 2010 18:07 Written by admin I Ching Feng Shui is pronounced as e Ching and means the Book of Changes This I Ching has earned several sobriquets It ranks amongst one of antiquity s oldest known texts It is perhaps the oldest of those ancient Chinese classic texts that were written during the reigns of the Qin dynasty between B C hellip

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