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 I Ching Oracle, click here.
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
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of the images.
of Oppression, which we have drawn for you from
our I Ching Oracle is a very interesting one. To
begin with, it confirms exactly what I have said
above with respect to your powerlessness to evoke
love for you in the heart of J. In the Judgment
verse, the oracle says, very directly, When
one has something to say, it is not
believed. This doesnt mean that she
would not trust your honesty in expressing what
you feel for her. Rather, she is not going to
believe any expressions you might make about how
the two of you would make good lovers.
very direct reflection of your situation comes in
one of the verses that has been highlighted
specifically for you by todays Reading from
the image of Oppression. In this verse, the
oracle says, A man permits himself to be
oppressed by stone, and leans on thorns and
thistles. He enters his house and does not see
his wife. Misfortune. Here, the oracle is
focusing your attention on a wider field of
significance than just your relationship with J.
It reflects a general dissatisfaction that you
may feel in your present position and place. This
dissatisfaction is only compounded in a very
unfortunate way by the loneliness that you are
feeling, and that loneliness may be a primary
element that you are displacing onto a fixation
on J. Ask yourself simply whether or not you are
allowing feelings of loneliness to influence your
specific desires for a love relationship with J.
Loneliness is NEVER a good motivation for a
relationship. So many unhappy relationships are
the result of that motivation. Please have more
faith in your own destiny, which will bring you
to a loving relationship when the moment is
right, and with the person that is meant to be
your lover. Have faith in your destiny, and it
will have faith in you.
positive faith is in fact the other aspect of the
message that is conveyed to you through the image
of Oppression In another verse highlighted for
you by this Reading, the oracle says, He
comes very quietly, oppressed in a golden
carriage. Humiliation, but the end is
reached. And in the second, the oracle
says, His nose and feet are cut off.
Oppression at the hands of the man with the
purple knee bands. Joy comes softly. It furthers
one to make offerings and libations.
verses evoke far-ranging thoughts about how life
brings goodness out of pain and suffering. Yes,
it is true, you have suffered oppression and
humiliation in the denial of your desire. What
man can escape frustration and disappointment in
the course of living? The goodness and beauty in
life is a rose that can scarcely be plucked
without encountering the sharpness of its thorns.
This is a mystery that we shall never plumb in
our conventional way of thinking about things.
The consciousness must expand into deeper
dimensions of knowing in order to sense that all
and everything is for the best, and that the
Universe is an incomprehensible thing, but a
thing of utter perfection nonetheless. You can
only come to that expanded consciousness by the
way of faith, making of your suffering
offerings and libations to the
inexplicable mysteriousness of life. Who is the
man with the purple knee bands? We
can never know his actual identity, but he comes
on a mission of grace. He comes to give joy, even
if the path is through a place of oppression.
of Oppression dissolves in todays Reading
into the image of Pushing Upward. You WILL
succeed in moving onward and upward from the
place of suffering in which you have been mired
for so long. In one of the verses associated with
this image, the oracle says, The king
offers him Mount Chi. Good fortune. No
blame. Mount Chi was the sacred home
of the ancestors in Chinese lore. It was the
highest conceivable honor to be granted a place
on Mount Chi. Persevere, Ed, through this
time of pain, doubt, and uncertainty. You cannot
fail to transcend these trials, and come
ultimately to a sublime success.