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Validating Comments

When I started studying the I Ching, I promptly realized that the hexagrams were describing situations. The comments associated with each hexagram and line either give proper advice, or describe the situation and eventually predict its outcome. This is how I started studying, situation after situation, until I came to a stop because there were […]

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Studying the I Ching with Anandamayi - Part 7: the spiral of criticism

8.3 (8 > 39) Situation One has established relations with unpleasant people. One of the most dreaded lines of the I Ching is 8.3. In some comments it refers to wrong people (Wilhelm-Baynes), in others to non-people (Hilary Barrett)  or unpleasant (disreputable) people (Taoscopy).   Six in the third place means: You hold together with the […]

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Studying the I Ching with Anandamayi - Part 6: the empty basket

54.6 (54 > 38)   Before I even started making Taoscopy's comments, I had some knowledge of the I Ching. Among the lines that I thought I was understanding very well is 54.6.   The woman holds the basket, but there are no fruits in it. The man stabs the sheep, but no blood flows. […]

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Studying the I Ching with Anandamayi - Part 5: Three produced all things

The Tao produced One; One produced Two; Two produced Three; Three produced All things There is a strong connection between the Tao Te Ching and the I Ching. There is also a strong connection between the Tao Te Ching and the Bhagavad Gita. This quote above is very difficult to understand, everyone has a different […]

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Studying the I Ching with Anandamayi - Part 4: Interpreting the I Ching

Interpreting the I Ching is very difficult.  Different people employ different techniques and obtain results. For example, when we consult with coins, the common usage is that head=3 and tail=2, but there are example of people who have consulted thinking that head=2 and tail=3 for years, and they have received meaningful answers. Starting with 2 […]

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Studying the I Ching with Sri Ma Anandamayi - Part 3: The end of waiting

We wait, and we wait, and nothing happens... and we wait even more and still nothing happens, no matter how long we wait nothing happens... Then we give up on waiting and go to check... and then.... The hexagram 5 describes waiting, it's one of what I call the "entry points" of the I Ching. […]

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Studying the I Ching with Sri Ma Anandamayi - Part 2: evil matters

Jai Ma Sometimes it happens that we lose our temper. Because we are tired, or people have been aggressive, or even because someone has shown too much devotion toward us. What is devotion? When people love us and want to take care of us, it is devotional love. In a perfect couple, devotional love goes […]

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Studying the I Ching with Sri Ma Anandamayi - Part 1: two small bowls

Often we consult the I Ching and we wonder, "what is the meaning of this line?", sometimes the comments won't help. Experienced I Ching's students can get help from past readings as they recollect how things turned out the last time they received that line. Beginners have to rely on different books or to seek […]

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