In I CHING there are two aspects: Theoretical and Practical
The Theoretical aspect is the one that considers I CHING as the Great Book that develops the YING and YANG concepts, the relations between them in space and time.
It is also a knowledge book, required to become an officer back in the Chinese Empire.
It is composed by 64 HEXAGRAMS, composed at the same time by the combination of 8 TRIGRAMS. Each one of them describes a situation, with its energetic map; its interpretation offers guidelines to make correct decisions.
In the Practical aspect, I CHING is a Manual for Decision Making
Have you got any doubts about decisions to be made in next weeks? Concerns about the results of already made actions? Doubts of how is going to develop a nearby event? ….. A I CHING consultation can provide you of very valuable information.
THERE ARE THRE METHODS to consult I CHING:
- Richard Wilhelm book’s method, prologue by Carl Jung (disciple of Sigmound Freud). Each hexagram describes an IMAGE and a DIAGNOSIS. Depending on the resulting and changing lines we will obtain indications of the possible paths to follow and advice to accomplish objectives.
- Rey When Method, in which more direct answers are obtained, in one sense or the other.
Plum Flower method, more complex, in with a composition of the situations occurring in the moment, to anticipate the possible results.