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The Images (Hexagrams) of the I Ching Oracle in Psychic Readings

Psychic Readings from The Psychic Internet often feature images drawn from the I Ching Oracle. To offer supplementary information about these images for our clients, and for the public, we have provided this archive of brief articles.

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The abstract images of the I Ching Oracle (usually called "hexagrams") symbolize all of the related and interacting aspects of reality. In the following excerpts from actual Psychic Readings, the images of the I Ching are discussed.

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Inner Truth

In the first of the two images from our I Ching Oracle, we find the image of Inner Truth. This refers to the truth that is spoken by an “inner voice” that you can only hear by turning inward. No. I should rather say, inward and upward, for in the commentary that Confucius appended to one specific aspect of the image of Inner Truth, he said: “The team horse goes astray. It separates from its kind and goes upward.”

Indeed, Confucius is here referring to the verse that is highlighted specifically for you by today’s Reading from the image of Inner Truth. In that verse, the oracle says, “The moon nearly at the full. The team horse goes astray. No blame." There are some basic conclusions that you should take from this about your situation at work. The first is the confirmation given to you by the oracle that says: yes, YOU are the “chosen” person in your current environment. You are perceiving it as a kind of victimization, just as in Jewish humor we hear the poor despised scapegoat say, “Please, God, won’t you choose someone else for a change.” But, remember also the words of an old proverb, “birds pick only at fruitful trees.” You have gone astray from the point of view of your fellow workers, but this is only because you hearken to a higher cause. Is this not so? Yes, it is. We will answer this question for you even if, in your understandable condition of doubt, you cannot. The oracle is most clear on this point: YOU are NOT to blame.

You will be amused, I am quite sure, in hearing the so-called Judgment associated with the image of Inner Truth. In that verse, the oracle says, “Inner Truth. Pigs and fishes. Good fortune. It furthers one to cross the great water. Perseverance furthers.” Now, I don’t see why the ancients had to single out the pigs and fishes as being particularly insensitive to the charms of truth, but that happens to be the meaning of this curious and ironic allusion. Inner Truth is not for everybody. But you can be sure that it will result in “good fortune” for you. Persevere in your position with dignity, confidence, and optimism. We can assure you that the end result, the final working out of your situation, will take you to a much more satisfying and enjoyable rung on the upward-climbing ladder of your professional success in life. You will soon see the truth of what is being said here, in the form of a new opportunity that will carry you forward on the next upward-turning cycle of your development. For the time being, take heed also of the words in the preceding paragraph about the moon being “nearly at the full.” When it is full, which will be soon, the darkness of night will be supplanted with light. Here, where I am writing, in the mountains, when the moon is full, and when white snow covers the forest slopes, it seems as if day has dawned at midnight. Picture that in your mind, and KNOW that soon things will be clarified on your path forward. The moon never fails to pass through its phases, waxing and waning, never ceasing its revolutions. Your life will see no exceptions to this principle of change. Count on it.

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