What follows is a set of 64 Chinese Yijing cards.
Something I posted in Clarity about Vonnegut: “When I first heard of the news, I searched Google as follow: Vonnegut “I Ching” Not surprising, this came out on top… Sam Crane posted this, this morning: The Tao-esque quality of Vonnegut’s absurdity and satire, comes through in this excerpt of a… Continue reading →
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I was just commenting on Hilary’s blog about the issue of where answers are coming from in consulting the Yi (I Ching): That’s a great question and I wish it could be answered in some logical way (that wasn’t a request, Chris… 🙂 ) My shifting belief is that we… Continue reading →
I came across this this nice quote about Chinese paintings: The royal painter of Ch’i was asked by the king what objects were the easiest and what objects were the most difficult to paint. “It is the most difficult to paint ddogs and horses; it is the easiest to paint… Continue reading →