I-Ching is a chinese method of intuitively knowing the answers to your questions. Does any one have experience with this? How useful is this in solving in daily life issues?

asked 06 Feb '12, 04:42

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edited 06 Feb '12, 04:53

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I've had some great readings with the I-Ching. The passages have an uncanny way of giving you the right message for the present moment. You can ask about anything you want, but when I toss the coins I like to ask simply for a message about my life right Now. Then I read about my present situation in the present moment. The I-Ching doesn't solve problems it just gives you advice on how to proceed. Certain passages resonate better than others but over all the messages from the I-Ching just reassure you of what you already Know deep within. Peace, Love


answered 06 Feb '12, 05:04

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Brian-Thanks you for your kind answer.i saw a book in which a chart of numbers was given to place your finger randomly on instead of tossing coins.the writer called it new I-Ching.

(06 Feb '12, 05:30) Zee

Brain-You mean by using I-Ching we connect with our innerself?

(06 Feb '12, 05:49) Zee

@Zee - yes I-Ching is a method of divination and all systems of divination work on the same principles, that is, connection with the inner self ... the answers can only be as good as the quality of the operator :)

(06 Feb '12, 10:29) blubird two
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