I Ching Internet Resources
I Ching, Yijing, Book of Changes, Oracle
of change, Zhou yi, Chou yi, Chou I, Hexagrams, Trigrams, Oracle, Yarrow, Divination.
- Tuition -
- I Ching in
OwlSpirit's Nest. This is a paper I wrote for a Wicca 101 class in 1997. I'm not on expert
on I Ching, but I think this gives a fair introduction.
- A Beginner's
Guide to the I Ching by Willard Johnson (1970).
- Know more about I Ching.
Nice introduction and more.
Cultural Studies: Texts (Directories) This page contains a summary of all the text
files available on this Brooklyn College Core 9 Chinese Culture Web site. In some cases
the source of the text is given here. In other cases the document itself contains source
Introduction to Chinese Cosmology In the latter half of the 20th
century, America and Europe have taken a tremendous interest in Asian philosophy. The
importation of Chinese and Chinese-influenced religions, literature, martial arts,
alternative medicines, fortune-telling systems, and popular culture have exposed
Westerners to a world-view radically different from that of the Greco-Roman and
Judeo-Christian civilizations. Surprisingly, as familiar as some elements of Chinese
mysticism have become to us (for example, the ubiquitous yin-yang symbol seen on every
third keychain and bumper sticker in the U.S.A.), not much is generally known about the
elaborate and profound system of thought behind them. This page is a presentation of some
of our group's own findings about Chinese philosophy. We hope you enjoy reading about
- The I Ching: An Introduction to the I
Ching What is the I Ching? How does it work? A Brief History of the I Ching
What are the origins of the I Ching? Using the I Ching
Basic principles of the process of divination. Interpreting the I Ching
Understanding the meaning of the kua.
THOUGHT (middle) Brief discussion about the traditional Chinese thought.
- Ba Gua, Voice
of the Shaman in an Ominous World (middle) Ba gua tuition - by Dr. Stephen L.
- I Ching - The
Hexagram Key. Arrange in 64 hexagram table and simple text. Some introduections.
- Shanghai-ed - Chinese
fortune-telling - Introduction (middle) Comprehensive tuition of Chinese
- 8 Trigrams. To
begin developing an understanding of the I Ching, we begin with a description of the
- Learn some Chinese characters. Check this
- Qi-Journal Culture Index.
Come and explore traditional Chinese culture...
- KEYS TO A HIDDEN
WORLD. Introduction, resource, books.
- ocrat.com. Chinese-related
web pages with a focus on Chinese language learning for English speakers.
- Know more about I Ching.
Good brief tuition and software demo, product.
- 'Three Coins in the
Fountain' of Life: The I Ching (short). from a 1994 lecture, I Ching: The Book of
Changes and Life, - by Daniel d'Quincy
- Tao, A Synthesis of
Taoist Philosophy from SpiritWeb.
Introduction of Tao, Te and WuWei.
- ShastaSpirit - The Inspired Mind. Are oracles a valid method of
psychotherapy? Is an oracle a non-physical entity, a shrine, deck of cards, cosmic
intelligence, a person or what? How can curious people, who are timid about using oracles,
approach them and use them with integrity?
- Introduction to the I Ching - Tony
Crisp. The I Ching intrigued me, not so much because it is a very ancient book, the
culmination of many great minds and a great culture, but because it was largely couched in
symbols. My work with dreams and the way people use imagery in thinking and expression,
made me want to tackle the I Ching. I wanted to see if I could put into clearer English
what is usually said in rather poetic and indefinite prose.
I-Ching: "The Book of Changes". The I-Ching (Yi King) is one
of the most ancient, most curious, and most mysterious documents in the world. It is more
mysterious than the pyramids of Egypt, more ancient than the Vegas of India, more curious
than the cuneiform inscriptions of Babylon.
- the key te the I Ching.(middle)
by Kirk McElhearn.
- How to consult the Oracle?
I-Ching, is one of the oldest and most respected Chinese ancient oracle book. Many
people regularly consult the oracle, looking for guidance or inspiration. The fundamental
principle is based on the belief is that all activities are the result of interaction
between positive, creative, masculine forces and negative, passive femine yin forces.
- The I Ching
- Introduction To The I-Ching . The name I-Ching means
Book of Changes. Fu Hsi's great discovery was that everything in nature is in a constant
state of flux. Unlike western thought which centers so predominantly on cause and effect,
the I-Ching views a world of chance and random activity which may seem chaotic but in
actuality is extremely predictable. - by Mo Abdelbaki