"The I Ching is the shortest path to two of the deepest of human desires."
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He also labored at a time when many Westerners thought of the Chinese as no better than coolies, who needed to be civilized with a heavy dose of Christianity.
by guest blogger William Douglas Horden, author and spiritual teacher
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Over time the symbolism of the I Ching, explained by thousands of Confucian, Taoist, and Buddhist commentaries, provoked an avalanche of creative work in realms such as philosophy, religion, art, literature, science, technology and medicine.
The following is an excerpt from 'The I Ching: A Biography' by Richard J. Smith.
What makes a classic? First, the work must focus on matters of gre...
Book lovers, here's a full disclosure about reporter/bookist me and BookExpo America 2011 at New York City's Jacob Javits Center: I go for the giveaways.
Taoism is, for all its esoteric roots, a practical philosophy of life, one in which enlightenment is not seen as an end unto itself but, rather, a naturally occurring state of profound harmony.
It's that time of year again. As you navigate the mall, have you started to feel that all you want for Christmas is to avoid Mariah Carey's "All I want for Christmas"?
There is a burgeoning cultural awareness that the more creative, intuitive ways of processing information have enormous value in our daily personal and business lives.
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