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What Is The I Ching

What is the I Ching?The I Ching is the oldest and wisest oracular system in the world. Some 3000 - 4000 years old, it is also the oldest known book: The Book of Changes. Used for centuries by sages and emperors of China, the I Ching is a profound system Read More »


I Ching Readings: What Makes Ours Truly Authentic?

Since I invented the category of divination software in 1989, many people have asked me, "Doesn't using a computer interfere with one's energetic connection to the I Ching? Isn't it better to use the traditional method of Chinese coins or yarrow stalks to derive a hexagram?" Read More »


The Benefits of Using the I Ching

As Chinese New Year approaches, it is a good time to reflect on your life and goals, and the I Ching readings on Tarot.com Read More »


The History of the I Ching

The Chinese I Ching, or Book of Changes in English, represents sixty-four archetypes that make up all the possible six-line combinations of yin and yang, called hexagrams. Read More »


When to Use the I Ching

How do you know when to turn to the I Ching for advice? That's simple: Any time you like, and as often as you like. Some people turn to the I Ching for insight and clarity on particular problems -- ie, for advice about relationships, breakups, negotiations, work dynamics, office politics, family matters and overall spiritual well-being. Others like to consult the ancient oracle every morning as a kind of general meditation to start their day. Read More »


What are the "Odds" in an I Ching Coin Toss?

By now you know how to toss the I Ching coins to create a hexagram that will draw on ancient wisdom that's in synchronicity with your own intuition. But the next question is, why are the "odds" so important when it comes to I Ching, and how do they break down? Read More »


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