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  • Paperback
  • 739 pages
  • 易 [Yì]
  • Richard Wilhelm
  • English
  • 19 September 2016
  • 9780140192070

About the Author: Richard Wilhelm

Richard Wilhelm was a German translator He translated many philosophical works from Chinese into German that in turn have been translated into other major languages of the world including English His translation of the I Ching is still regarded as one of the finest as is his translation of The Secret of the Golden Flower both of which include introductions by Swiss psychologist Carl Jung who.



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  1. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    The I Ching or Book of Changes AnonymousThe I Ching or Yi Jing also known as Classic of Changes or Book of Changes is an ancient Chinese divination text and the oldest of the Chinese classics Possessing a history of than two and a half millennia of commentary and interpretation the I Ching is an influential text read throughout the world providing inspiration to the worlds of religion psychoanalysis literature and art Originally a divination manual in the Western Zhou period 1000–750 BC over the course of the Warring States period and early imperial period 500–200 BC it was transformed into a cosmological text with a series of philosophical commentaries known as the Ten Wings After becoming part of the Five Classics in the 2nd century BC the I Ching was the subject of scholarly commentary and the basis for divination practice for centuries across the Far East and eventually took on an influential role in Western understanding of Eastern thoughtتاریخ نخستین خوانش ماه مارس سال 1983میلادیعنوان ئی چینگ، یآ کتاب تقدیرات، کهنترین کتاب حکمت و فالنامه چینی، گردآوری آلفرد داگلاس؛ پیشگفتار کارل گوستاو یونگ؛ مترجم سودابه فضائلی؛ تهران، نقره، 1362؛ در 346ص؛ چاپ پنجم 1381؛ چاپ دیگر نشر روایت، 1373؛ در 351ص؛ چاپ دیگر نشر ثالث، چاپ هفتم 1376؛ چاپ نهم 1381؛ شابک 9646404030؛ موضوع آثار و نوشتارهای کهنسال چینی سده 21پیش از میلادئی چینگ، یا کتاب دگرگونی‌ها، کتاب مقدس چینیان، و کهن‌ترین متن برجای مانده، از چین باستان است؛ در این کتاب مقدس، که بیش از چهار هزار سال قدمت دارد، شصت و چهار علامت، همراه با تفسیر آن علامتها، آورده شده‌ است؛ هدف «ئی چینگ»، بیان تغییراتی است، که در سطح کیهان، رخ می‌دهند، و امواج و حلقه‌ های بخت را، تشکیل می‌دهند؛ انسان، به وسیله ی «ئی چینگ»، نیروهای بخت را، رهبری می‌کند، و از رویدادهای درون زندگی، با خبر می‌شود، و در مواقع موردنیاز، می‌تواند جریان زندگی را، به سود خویش دگرگون کند؛ «ئی چینگ» نمی‌گوید، که چه چیزی در آینده رخ خواهد داد، اما می‌گوید چرا رخدادها بدانگونه هستند، و روشی را که آدمی، باید در آینده برگزیند، پیشنهاد می‌دهد؛تاریخچه ی «ئی چینگ» بنا بر نظریه‌ ای، ریشه‌ های علائم «ئی ‌چینگ»، از خطوط پشت لاک‌ پشت، اقتباس شده‌ است، و افسانه‌ ها، کشف هشت «سه‌ خطی» را، به «فوه سی» امپراتور اسطوره‌ ای چین، نسبت می‌دهند؛ مرحله ی بعدی پیشرفت «ئی چینگ»، در حدود 1150سال پیش از میلاد، در اواخر سلسله «شانگ»، رخ داد، در آن زمان، آخرین امپراتور آن سلسله، «چو هسین»، دستور دستگیری امیر «ون» را داد، و او را در پایتخت خود، زندانی کرد؛ امیر «ون»، با مطالعه بر روی سه‌ خطی‌ها، شصت و چهار «شش‌خطی»، به دست آورد؛ پس از آنکه دولت مرکزی، به دست طرفداران امیر «چو، پسر امیر ون» منحل شد، و امیر «چو»، به عنوان امپراتور شناخته شد، وی با مطالعه در آثار پدر، تفسیر خود، در مورد هر خط، از شش‌ خطی‌ها را، به کتاب افزود، که شامل سیصد و هشتاد و چهار قطعه شد؛ بعدها، این کتاب، به «کتاب چویی»، معروف شد؛ در اوایل سده ی پنجم پیش از میلاد، «کنفوسیوس»، «چویی» را مطالعه کرد، و به احتمال بسیار، برخی از تفسیرهای «ئی چینگ» را، ایشان، یا شاگردانش، نوشته باشند؛ در اواخر سده سوم میلادی، عارفی جوان، به نام «وانگ پی»، با خوانش «ئی چینگ»، آنرا فلسفه ی زندگی شمرد؛ ئی چینگی را که اکنون در دسترس است، همان روایت «وانگ پی» می‌دانند، که به زبان چینی جدید تدوین شده‌ است؛ منبع داگلاس، آلفرد؛ «یی‌چینگ یا کتاب تقدیرات»؛ مترجم سودابه فضایلی؛ نشر نقره، چاپ اول 1362هجری خورشیدیتاریخ بهنگام رسانی 21071399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی

  2. Danielle Danielle says:

    I read a little bit of this book almost every day I can usually find a sentence or that resonates with me on that day The ancients believed that this book was a representation of the voices of spirits It is thousands of years old I don't know how to use divination with it but I feel like it is a reliable friend who always gives good advice pertinant to my situation My favorite line today is Everything that gives light is dependent on something to which it clings in order that it may continue to shine 119 trigram 30 The Clinging Fire This is how I feel about books Books are the things to which I cling and which allow me to contribute any portion of light to the world ie not dwell entirely in despair and darkness

  3. Josh Josh says:

    I find it strange when people uote this book I've seen multiple philosophers writers History Channel documentaries heck even Sean Connery in Zardoz uote the I Ching Don't they realize that the I Ching's advice is directed towards the specific hexagram casted in response to a specific uestion? Its advice is catered to those who ask it– its words cannot be pulled out of context and applied to any life situation willy nilly The results could be disastrous Take these two uotes as an example It is worthwhile to cross great rivers It is not worthwhile to cross great riversSo is it worthwhile to cross great rivers or not? Without casting who would know You could choose the former and cross that great river and all get dysentery and get swept away Most likely safe to cross huh Shoulda flipped some coins first yeah good ol' Chingy would've told you to take the toll road around it that way you could've made it to Oregon with some surviving family members

  4. Mark Mark says:

    At one point in my life while semi transient it was necessary to leave a portion of my library behind So I left a box of books on a corner in Berkeley My I Ching the Blofeld translation was amongst these Some ten years later I was browsing a bookstore on Haight St and found a copy of the I Ching in the dollar discount rack Opening it to the inside cover revealed a very familiar ink stain green ink which I suppose I had spilled on it back in high school So what are the odds of anyone finding again the exact same copy of a book long abandoned and given up for dead? Don't leave me don't leave me again it cried Needless to say I took it back home resolved never again to forsake It must have been karma manI originally got my copy somewhere around 1969 and bought it specifically because it was smaller portable much less expensive and an easier less thick translation than the Wilhelm book I think in many ways it's a lot better since Wilhelm's focused on the yarrow stalk techniue yarrow stalks being not an item one can find at hand nor in your usual downtown suburban Woolworth's and Blofeld's gave instructions on how to use coins any three coins of a similar value would do but pennies being most common are easily fished from a pocket and available even in most dire circumstances the kind you'd like to ask the I Ching how you can get out ofAnd of course the I Ching once you begin using it get its idioms isn't exactly the kind of book you ever finish reading

  5. Erik Graff Erik Graff says:

    The introduction by CG Jung was uite helpful in making sense of these ancient divination texts as reflective tools So helpful that I tried it several times with the simple coin method and could see what he was getting at Intellectually however the most interesting thing was the suggestion of a radically different sense of time Emotionally I had been brought up with the ideology of evolutionary progress while intellectually I subscribed to the notion of time as the essentially neutral schematization of change Here in the I Ching was a formalistic approach to time In other words as in astrology or even in Marx's conception of epochs periods of time are understood as having a characteristic entelechy

  6. Brian Fitzgerald Brian Fitzgerald says:

    This book has changed my life than once It's an old friend now dog eared and battered from travels on five continents a bit salt stained from time at sea In the 1980s I created a software version on a floppy disk In 2014 I upgraded that to an app for iPhone Kindle iPad Android and Apple Watch It's my spelunking buddy in the caverns of the sub conscious my wise father my Sancho Panza my mystic magician You might enjoy this piece I wrote about the I Ching in WIRED My uest to bring Hippy Mysticism to the Apple Watch

  7. Alva Ware-Bevacqui Alva Ware-Bevacqui says:

    I have used this little Book of Changes for about 15 years I'm on my second copy and it has never ever ever steered me wrong unless I've ignored what it said which has been far too often Sure you may think that throwing three coins in the air six times can't tell you anything but you'd be surprised at how accurate the I Ching is I've read other I Ching books and this is by far the most accessible Written by the head doctor for a major circus go figure it is unpretentios and always always wise with imagery you can understand The I Ching is NOT about telling the future in case you were hoping it was it's really about how to live and it fits into any religion or no religion If you approach the book seriously you'll get a lot out of it

  8. Souldaddy Souldaddy says:

    As a skeptic I have a hard time reconciling logic reason with my experiences concerning this book The I Ching is like Chinese astrology that uses coins instead dates You throw the coins and get a nugget of wisdom that speaks to your life and its problems Logic would immediately say this is preposterous and I tend to agree even now The only problem with my conclusion is that hundreds of coin throws have shown me the I Ching is anything but randomA friend introduced me to the book and how to throw the bones At some point I started throwing the coins without his help and my errors were the first clue that logic alone was unable to comprehend this book The I Ching is based on a binary gate a broken or unbroken line formed in trigrams and hexagrams It's easy to interpret results the opposite of what they are reversing a line or the order they are interpreted So I would ask the book a uestion and throw a hexagram which vaguely commented on my issue To double check my work I would read the various hexagrams that were opposite or perpendicular to the true hexagram It was then I found out that as vague as the true hexagram was the other hexagrams didn't comment on my uestion at all Many smart people have read the I Ching simply as a book of wisdom For this purpose I highly recommend it as one of the best works of eastern philosophy available Like astrology the I Ching divides life into archetypes forces that play off of each other in creating the basic human experience The I Ching philosophy is a model and like any model some people will find it hopelessly vague but this should never be your excuse for avoiding this kind of writing The wisdom does not arise from what names the I Ching chooses to throw your experience into but rather how it divides these experiences and how such archetypes balance off each other The I Ching focuses on change specifically In the end I realized the secret to the I Ching's success was in making it's philosophy personal I can read Nietzschean philosophy but because I don't personally ascribe to his logic it stands apart from me Yet in taking my life into account whenever I read the I Ching it's had a profound effect on my thinking then all of my favorite philosophers combined The accuracy of the book becomes irrelevant the important thing is the thought process through which the I Ching takes you

  9. Chris Chris says:

    Mind blown The Book of Changes has changed me significantly and substantially

  10. Yigal Zur Yigal Zur says:

    great to practice and brood my hero Dotan Naor in my thrillers use it when he wonder which path to take to solve a case

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