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A kaleidoscope of images
A mirror of the present
Interrogating the oracle
Lines, trigrams, hexagrams
*The consultation procedure
The coins method
The yarrow stalk method
Primary and potential hexagram
Reading your answer
*The language of the Yi Jing
Chinese as an imaginal language
Basic features of the Eranos translation
An example
Sections of a hexagram
Note to the reader
Additional remarks about the Eranos translation
II. Myth and History
*The tradition
The first emperor
The Pattern King
*Modern views of the origins of the Yi
Bones and tortoise shells
The yarrow stalk oracle
*The evolution of the book
The Book of Encompassing Versatility
The canonization of the Yi
Philosophical and oracular tradition
The Palace Edition
The Mawangdui manuscript
The Yi Jing comes to the West
The Yi Jing at Eranos
III. Correlative Thinking
The Universal Compass
The yin-yang cycle
The yearly cycle and the four directions
The five Transformative Moments
The eight trigrams and their attributes
[Figure 11] The eight trigrams and their attributes
Chronological table
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I Ching - Introduction

I Ching - Introduction

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