To me, the I Ching is the voice of God speaking to me directly. It is a living, loving teacher who is available for consulting 24/7, says Sukhvinder Sircar
UNDERSTANDING THE TRIGRAMSThe trigrams you draw show the working of your mind at the particular time.
Drawing the trigram water
means there is emotional turmoil
Drawing the trigram wind denotes there is power which needs to be channelled or it will be frittered away
Drawing the trigram fire
denotes a passion that needs to be contained and regulated
Drawing the trigram mountain
donates solace and solitude that needs to be anchored
Drawing the trigram thunder
denotes action that needs to be delinked from ego
Drawing the trigram lake
denotes placidity that needs to be delinked from lethargy
Drawing the trigram earth
denotes surrender that needs to be delinked from
resignationDrawing the trigram heaven denotes divinity that needs to be anchored in humility
How does the combination of the trigrams work, in order for the hexagram to give the amazingly accurate advice in the moment?
Itís a deep science. The two trigrams are placed one on top of the other. What comes in the bottom is where you are now, and what comes in the top is your tendency or predisposition. So at any particular moment you are locked in a particular matrix. The matrix opens out into a reading of where you are and what is the correction required. The I Ching does not prescribe a perfect way of being. It has no specific recommendation. It simply brings you back to balance. A practitioner would notice that each hexagram contains the deep grounding message of the I Ching. You can touch the deep Taoist philosophy in every hexagram. It is implied rather than stated. So if one tries to draw absolute ideas from the I Ching, one would brilliantly miss the point.
There are 64 combinations of the 8 elements, hence 64 hexagrams. There are in all 64 ways of being in the 3rd Dimension. Everybody in 3D is locked into these 64 ways of being. So the I Ching is a complete advice for us at all times.
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