9781594773860

The Complete I Ching

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    9781594773860

  • ISBN10:

    1594773866

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 11/17/2010
  • Publisher: Inner Traditions
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Summary

As a native Chinese speaker, Master Huang has imbued this I Ching with an accuracy and authenticity not achieved in other English translations. He also returns to prominence the Ten Wings, the commentaries by Confucius that are essential to the I Ching's insights.

Author Biography

Born in 1921, Master Alfred Huang is a professor of Taoist philosophy, former Dean of Students at Shanghai University, and a third-generation master of Wu-style Tai Chi Chuan, Chi Kung, and Oriental meditation with more than 60 years experience. He studied the I Ching--a forbidden book at the time--in secret with one of China’s greatest I Ching masters, only to be branded an antirevolutionary by the Communist government and forced into manual labor in 1957 and imprisonment in 1966. During his 22 years of confinement, he found the strength to survive through meditation on the I Ching. Released in 1979, he emigrated to the United States. The founder of New Harmony, a nonprofit organization devoted to self-healing, and the author of The Numerology of the I Ching and Complete Tai-Chi, Master Huang lives on the island of Maui.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

Preface

Ten Contributions of This Translation

About the Translation

How to Use This Book

Introduction

Flying with the I Ching


The Upper Canon

1.    Qian - Initiating
2.    Kun - Responding
3.    Zhun - Beginning
4.    Meng - Childhood
5.    Xü - Needing
6.    Song - Contention
7.    Shi - Multitude
8.    Bi - Union
9.    Xiao Xü - Little Accumulation
10.    Lü - Fulfillment
11.    Tai - Advance
12.    Pi - Hindrance
13.    Tong Ren - Seeking Harmony
14.    Da You - Great Harvest
15.    Qian - Humbleness
16.    Yü - Delight
17.    Sui - Following
18.    Gu - Remedying
19.    Lin - Approaching
20.    Guan - Watching
21.    Shi He - Eradicating
22.    Bi - Adorning
23.    Bo - Falling Away
24.    Fu - Turning Back
25.    Wu Wang - Without Falsehood
26.    Da Xü - Great Accumulation
27.    Yi - Nourishing
28.    Da Guo - Great Exceeding
29.    Kan - Darkness
30.    Li - Brightness

The Lower Canon

31.    Xian - Mutual Influence
32.    Heng - Long Lasting
33.    Dun - Retreat
34.    Da Zhuang - Great Strength
35.    Jing - Proceeding Forward
36.    Ming Yi - Brilliance Injured
37.    Jia Ren - Household
38.    Kui - Diversity
39.    Jian - Hardship
40.    Jie - Relief
41.    Sun - Decreasing
42.    Yi - Increasing
43.    Guai - Eliminating
44.    Gou - Encountering
45.    Cui - Bringing Together
46.    Sheng - Growing Upward
47.    Kun - Exhausting
48.    Jing - Replenishing
49.    Ge - Abolishing the Old
50.    Ding - Establishing the New
51.    Zhen - Taking Action
52.    Gen - Keeping Still
53.    Jian - Developing Gradually
54.    Gui Mei - Marrying Maiden
55.    Feng - Abundance
56.    Lü - Traveling
57.    Xun - Proceeding Humbly
58.    Dui - Joyful
59.    Huan - Dispersing
60.    Jie - Restricting
61.    Zhong Fu - Innermost Sincerity
62.    Xiao Guo - Little Exceeding
63.    Ji Ji - Already Fulfilled
64.    Wei Ji - Not Yet Fulfilled


A Brief History of the Zhou Dynasty

About the Author

Glossary

Index

Chart of the Trigrams and Hexagrams

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