Tao’s meditations associated to Yi Jing combine ancient knowledge of the Far East wisdom with the most innovative discoveries resulted from neuroscience and psychosomatic and for a specific purpose: learn how to get out of the repetitive processes of thinking. According to the Taoists sages, we never step beyond a personalized self sense, « the ego », the "thought that says I", built by the mind and conditioned by the past which distorts our perception of reality by emotions.
However, all human beings have a far deeper consciousness than their thoughts, an « expanded consciousness » which is our deepest « self ».
The Yi-Jing’s meditations suggest connecting ourselves to the present moment to inquire and interact with this higher consciousness. It is then itself who does the work while we provide the answer.