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I ching interpretation advice

 
cecirdr
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01/04/2006 06:07 PM
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I ching interpretation advice
I just bought an I ching set with yarrow sticks and asked my first question. I want to try to interpret this accurately, but I got a moving line for line 6 (top) and I'm a bit confused. I also don't quite understand the flow of time from the first line to the 6th. Is the first line in the past? Am I supposed to interpret the other lines, or just the moving lines? Do I interpret the moving lines of both of the derived kua...the original and the one generated from the moving line.

FWIW...the kua I generated is called Heng (32) in my book and it moves to Ting (50).

I did ask a rather large scale question for my first time...I'm prone to do that rolleyes .

Any help is appreciated. hf

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01/04/2006 06:54 PM
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Re: I ching interpretation advice
I recommend that you get the book by Blofeld, J. 1965. The Book of Changes: A New Translation of the Ancient Chinese I Ching.

Check the I Ching links at the bottom of the webpage and read as much as you can and practice, practice, practice.

Good luck.

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01/04/2006 08:37 PM
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Re: I ching interpretation advice
SCALE IT BACK, START WITH COINS YOU ARE MOVING WAY TOO FAST, JUST GET YOUR READING AFTER REALLY CONTEMPLATING,KEEP CONTEMPLATING AS YOU THROW EACH LINE.READ ABOUT THE THINGS YOURE TALKING ABOUT BEFORE GOING TO BED.ALSO SMOKE POT AND DRINK BEER.DONT EAT TOO MUCH .DONT JERK OFF NEITHER
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01/04/2006 08:43 PM
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Re: I ching interpretation advice
Hi. I don't work with the I-Ching, but I hope you have success with understanding.
99.999% of what affects our reality will be undetectable by our senses. Man must learn to think for himself rather than follow blindly what he has been taught.

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01/04/2006 09:39 PM
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Re: I ching interpretation advice
Chink makes a good point.

You need to be very clear when formulating questions and not keep asking.

Chink's also right about sticking with the coins and not using the yarrow sticks until you have a better foundation.

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