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Find a way through the complexities and challenges of everyday life using the I Ching Oracle, an ancient Chinese divination tool using coins or sticks to provide clear answers to important questions. Timothy and Johanna Dowdle, authors of The I Ching Oracle – A Guide Through The Human Maze show the reader how to consult the I Ching oracle to receive precise, accurate information. They explain the methods used for consulting the oracle and how the oracle responds to the reader's questions. The authors also provide a series of examples from their own consultations to illustrate how the I Ching has guided them through many difficult situations. All of the descriptions of the I Ching hexagrams are based on the authors' lives. These autobiographical narratives can help and support everyone who is living through similar experiences. For those who are familiar with the I Ching and have been consulting the oracle, this book offers new methods for interpreting hexagrams with multiple moving lines and static hexagrams. These methods have proven to give consistently precise and accurate answers to the authors' questions over many years of consultations.
Tim and Johanna Dowdle
Timothy and Johanna Dowdle are an Anglo-Dutch couple who have lived and worked in many different countries and are currently living in the Netherlands. Over the years, the authors have studied and practiced the art of divination, using divination as a tool for making important decisions. A red thread running through their lives together has been the I Ching or the Book of Changes. They first began consulting the I Ching oracle in 1988, and for more than thirty years, the I Ching has guided them through many changes, often coaching them through very challenging situations. After returning to the Netherlands in 2011 from a year of intensive social work in the USA the authors decided the time had come to write an I Ching oracle book based upon their own real-life experiences. Their aim is to share the knowledge and wisdom of the I Ching and make it accessible to everyone.