Consulting the Yi Jing (I Ching)
Our YiJing (I Ching) consultation gives you a reading using the ancient
yarrow stick method.
You select how the sticks are split by clicking your mouse on the pile, so the choice is not random. It takes three steps to generate each line of your hexagram ( gua).
After all six lines are built up you will be given an analysis of your hexagram and a link to look up its meaning.
Press ‘New Reading’ to start over from scratch.
Yi Jing (I Ching) section we have a full reference of the history of the most influential classic of ancient China.
We fully describe both the ancient yarrow stick
method of divination as well as the quicker and more modern coin method.
We offer a free, online consultation of the Yi Jing using the ancient method and there is a page explaining the meaning of all the 64 hexagrams.
th May New look web site
If only it was possible to sit back and say ‘the web site is done’. Every time we believe it is all up-to-date and working well, technology comes along and offers new possibilities and challenges. Over the last twenty years it was initially a question of adding more complex features because everyone was using desktops with increasingly faster connections. Then along came the mobile/smartphones and reversed all this - web sites had to quickly become both simple and fast. Finally with faster/higher resolution screens and 5G networks on smartphones there is a move to putting back in more complex features.
In this revision we have put in a new menu. Instead of a cluttered second level menu with lots of links we've moved them all onto a drop-down menu. We've also put direct search and contact facilities on each page - you don't need to swap pages anymore.
All this should make it more usable on mobiles but not be a problem for desktop users. If we've broken anything that you liked, please let us know. Your comments on the new look will be much appreciated.
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