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The universal claims of both the "I Ching", "the book of changes", the compendium of Chinese natural knowledge and the genetic code, "the book of life", encouraged Dr. Schonberger to establish the hypothesis of a general system in nature. He has verified in numerous parallels the congruence of both the I Ching code and the genetic code. The sensational results are detailed for the first time in this book. The "I Ching and the Genetic Code" is an... more...

In recent years, three ancient manuscripts relating to the Yi jing ( I Ching), or Classic of Changes, have been discovered. The earliest--the Shanghai Museum Zhou Yi--dates to about 300 B.C.E. and shows evidence of the text's original circulation. The Guicang, or Returning to Be Stored, reflects another ancient Chinese divination tradition based on hexagrams similar to those of the Yi jing. In 1993, two manuscripts were found in a... more...

A landmark new translation of the ancient Chinese oracle and book of wisdom Pose a question, then toss three coins (or cast your yarrow stalks) to access the time-honored wisdom of the I Ching. The I Ching, or Book of Change, has been consulted through the ages, in both China and the West, for answers to fundamental questions about the world and our place in it. The oldest extant book of divination, it dates back three... more...

For the Chinese, the destiny of each individual and the cosmos have always been inextricably linked, and for two thousand years the Yijing, or the Book of Change, has exercised the best minds in the Orient. Richard Bertschinger, author of The Secret of Everlasting Life (the first translation of The Can Tong Qi), has worked from the classical commentaries to make a fresh and up-to-date translation for the modern world.... more...

Chinese traditional culture cannot be understood without some familiarity with the I Ching, yet it is one of the most difficult of the world's ancient classics. Assembled from fragments with many obscure allusions, it was the subject of ingenious, but often conflicting, interpretations over nearly three thousand years. Teaching the I Ching (Book of Changes) offers a comprehensive study at a time when interest in Asian philosophy and the culture of... more...


This book provides the sixteen uses of coconut oils. It will introduce the reader to coconut oils, enlighten them on their composition as well as how they can incorporate them into their lives. After reading this e-book the reader will be able to choose from different varieties of coconut oils and be able to distinguish which type for a particular use. It will show the readers the various ways coconut oils can be used for stress relief, reduction of... more...

First among the ancient classics, the I Ching or Book of Changes is one of the world's most influential books, comparable to the Bible, the Koran, and the Upanishads. The I Ching's purpose is universal: to provide good counsel to its users in making decisions during times of change. Since its origins about 3,000 years ago, it has become a compendium of wisdom used by people of many cultures and eras. This groundbreaking new translation by Dr.... more...

What accounts for miraculous healings unexplainable by doctors? Is there a reality to spiritual healings? William Gladstone initially approached Dr. Zhi Gang Sha with some skepticism and disbelief. William believed that there was more to life than the material world, but he knew that the world has many dishonest and self-deceiving mystics. So he decided to explore. William, having studied medical anthropology at Harvard... more...

The first book to cover the complete Taoist teachings on form, structure, and symbol in the I Ching. * Written by Taoist Master Alfred Huang, author of The Complete I Ching. * Now, by popular demand, in a hardcover edition to match The Complete I Ching. The Numerology of the I Ching is the first book to bring the complete Taoist teachings on form, structure, and symbol in the I Ching to a Western audience, and it is a natural complement to... more...

For centuries the I Ching has been used as a basic map of conscious development, containing the underlying principles of all religions, and highly prized by followers of Buddhism. Chih-hsu Ou-i uses the concepts of Tianti Buddhism to elucidate the I Ching —concentration and insight, calmness and wisdom, and various levels of realization. Skillfully translated by Thomas Cleary, this work presents the complete text of the I Ching plus the only Buddhist... more...