|I Ching Readings
I Ching literally means the Book of Changes. It is the most ancient book in China on analysis of the present situation with possible changes in the future. Chinese philosophy advocates the belief that mankind is part of the Universe and that what happens in the near future can be predicted by what is currently in one's mind. What is in one's mind can be transferred into apparently unrelated outcomes of a random experiment. Using the Text of I Ching these outcomes can be interpreted to predict the outcomes of various actions. Tossing coins is one such random experiment. The original text is complex and profound even for the expert. I have extracted the essence of the text and made reference to our daily life experiences. The reading is then easy to understand.
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Take three coins which show Head on one side and Tail on the other. Concentrate on the subject of interest. For example, you may want to know whether you will be successful in an interview next week. Or you may want to know whether you have any luck in developing a relationship with someone in the near future. Or you may want to know whether your business will improve in the near future. The list is endless.
Transfer your thought to the coins and throw them on the table. Record the result. It will be one of the four:
Repeat the experiment six times and record the results
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