Book of Changes - I-Ching

Book of Changes - I-Ching Free App

Rated 4.53/5 (17) —  Free Android application by Ivan Stano


About Book of Changes - I-Ching

The I-Ching, also known as "Book of Changes", is an ancient Chinese oracle(divination) text that is thought to be the oldest book still in existence today, with a history of more than two and a half millennia of commentary and interpretation alone.

The I-Ching is essentially a means of obtaining spiritual guidance, inspirational insight and Universal wisdom. The philosophy of I Ching is focused on the universal principle of change. Change is eternal and universal, both in a cosmic and a humanistic sense and the I Ching teaches that it is necessary to learn how to appreciate the philosophy of change and to know adapt to it.

The book acts not only as a spiritual text for divination but also offers a wealth of beautiful poetry and Chinese philosophy that goes back to the origins of ancient Chinese customs and values. "Book of Changes" can also be helpful as a contemplative aid, providing comfort and guidance and its mystical aspects are both revealing and unique to each reader.

Looking at the Book of Changes, you not only maximally determine the characteristics of your situation, but also get a specific recommendation. If you act according to it, you can use the situation to the maximum.

  - a complete description of all hexagrams.
  - divination by the Book of Changes with virtual coins.
  - divination with real coins.

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