Course in I-Ching

Atma Jagriti Research, Training and Healing CENTRE
In New Delhi

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New Delhi
35/21-22, Ground Floor, Front Side (Near Ramjas Park), West Patel Nagar,, 110008, Delhi, India
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The factual connotation of the ‘Ching' is ‘Tao', the fact. It is the reality of paradise, the world & of the life of human.
The book which clarifies the reality of paradise & the world is known as Ching.

The Chinese consider that the reality of paradise is also the reality of Humanity.

The I-Ching expounds upon the reality of change, or the Tao of alteration, which in Chinese terminology is known as the Tao of I.

“Change is complete and sure only the fundamental of modify never changes”.

At first the I-Ching was solely a hand-book for prediction. In olden times, the Chinese connected their destiny in a straight line to the religious authority of Heaven and Earth. Before approaching any significant occasion, they were bound to discuss with the will of paradise and world through prediction. The reason of prediction was also to determine uncertainties and confusions.

Presently, the I-Ching consists of 2 sections: the Texts & the Explaining.
The Text is known as Ching; the clarification is called as Commentary.

The Ching :
The original Ching contain about 4,900 Chinese character. The book is separated into sixty-four small chapters. Every chapter deal with a 6-line symbols known as a ‘Gua' or ‘Hexagram', which are set one over the other.

It comprise of ten-chapters, termed as the 10 Wings. The 10 Wings serves as add-on to the text, serving public understanding the I-Ching

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