A clear presentation of several methods of using this ancient Chinese Oracle are given, followed by Ways of Interpretation. The Second Part is the body of the book, giving unique, easy to read statements for each of the 64 "heaxagrams", along with wonderful illustrations. The "Judgement" is followed by a specific reading that is different for women and men, according to the subtle current as it ascends up the back and down the front of ones energy body, according to Taoist Yoga. The Third Part consists of penetrating commentaries. Part I: Methods including Ways of casting the Oracle, Ways of Interpretation, How to Read individual Lines, and Change, Chance and Synchronicity; Part II: The Sixty-four Golden Hexagrams of the Tiger and Dragon I Ching; Part III: Commentaries on I Ching and the Golden Hexagrams; Appendices include the Four Emblematic Figures, a Brief History of I Ching and an article on the Mapping of Leptons and Quarks on the I Ching.
Rowena Pattee Kryder MFA PD is author of a dozen books that assist in awakening to one's soul purpose and awareness. She is an artist and teachers as well as author and also has films and DVDs. She has facilitated groups since 1971 and is currently living in Crestone, Colorado.