Our professional I Ching Divination course is a great opportunity for you to learn its history and practices. The focus will be on the history of the I Ching and its connections with Feng Shui aimed at those looking to practice I Ching professionally and / or become a Feng Shui Master. The course will take place on 18th-19th April and 16th-17th May 2020.
Insights into I Ching Divination can help assist you in making the correct decisions in life and can serve as a roadmap to future events and challenges. It is used by both business owners and individuals from all walks of life, all over the World. It is considered as the cornerstone of Chinese philosophy and has been used for centuries.
Module One – 18th and 19th April 2020
The first weekend module will provide an in-depth analysis of the history and practices of I Ching Divination. Detailed course content is shown below.
History of the I Ching
Here we will be looking at the history of the I Ching, which can be translated as The Classic Book of Changes and is one of the oldest Chinese texts of philosophy and divination which has greatly influenced ancient disciplines including Feng Shui.
How to Prepare and Cast a Divination
This will provide knowledge of different methods of divination – the yarrow stalk, plum blossom oracle and the three coins as well as the many procedures involved and understanding of the Chinese Calendar.
It is important to understand that the I Ching cannot answer questions in a yes or no way, and in actuality the more specific you are about the question that you would like answered, the clearer the reply. You will therefore learn how to spend time formulating the question to remove any ambiguities before starting this divination process. Once defined, you then relax and breathe deeply through a guided meditation that introduces and initiates you to the universal powers accessed through the Oracle of the I Ching.
Secrets of Yin and Yang
The I Ching refers to the historical transition from one dynasty to another and is split into two canons one is yang and the other yin. Moreover, the “judgments” – (text) are veiled in allegory and refer to yin and yang in many ways, such as firm and yielding, penetrating and receiving being active or keeping still and waiting. You will be taught how to unravel this almost secret code and develop a fundamental understanding of Yin and Yang in the process.
Advanced Wen Wang Gua
We will study the Advanced Wen Wang Gua, which is the source of the I Ching. It converts every hexagram line into a Chinese animal sign to assess the timing and magnitude of every answer. It therefore uses Chinese astrology and nature’s calendar instead of the I Ching text to divine answers.
As you can imagine, it is extremely specialised and highly sought after so much so that the I Ching text was developed to enable more people to share this divination system. Naturally, the text based system was general and applied to all, whereas Wen Wang Gua is highly specific to the individual enquirer and extremely accurate.
Module Two – 16th – 17th May 2020
The second weekend module contains all the information required to understand advanced practices of I Ching Divination and Xuan Kong Da Gua. Detailed course content is shown below.
Here we will study the application of using the I Ching for divination, analysis and diagnosis of health. By reviewing strengths and weaknesses of each hexagram line we can see which parts of the body are affected by an illness, what type of remedy would work best for the patient, and when the client should recover.
Xuan Kong Da Gua
This system is concerned with timing and the location of auspicious water elements and solid structures within an environment. By the end of this weekend you will be proficient in all aspects of applying the I Ching to your own and clients’ lives.
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The course is held on the following dates: Cost £340. per class, "pay-as-you-go" available.
Weekend one: 18th and 19th April 2020 – Regents University 10-5pm
Weekend two: 16h and 17th May 2020 – Regents University in Central London