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julee

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hi i have a current thread going called 'dangerous liaisons' in the shared readings section and my question relates to this and a potential parallel between i ching and the tarot.

with tarot, i find that no matter what i ask, if the cards have something important to say they'll "get that over with" first and expose whatever it is..
i was therefore wondering whether the i ching reading i got recently was a general warning, as i have meetings coming up and i'm wondering whether the devious actor could be to do with this.. (as opposed to something to do with careers. that said, fashion may indeed expose me to devious types :bag:).. i'm just wondering how warnings work in i-ching for you individually. if you ask a question, will the i ching ignore it for the sake of telling you something more crucial that's coming up? :bows:
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fkegan

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Hi Julee,
i'm just wondering how warnings work in i-ching for you individually. if you ask a question, will the i ching ignore it for the sake of telling you something more crucial that's coming up?
I generally believe the Yi answers whatever you need to hear at that point, though listening to what is being communicated may be difficult. Back in the day, I had a friend in California who cast the Yi, thought rather than interpreting the oracle he would step out to the corner store for snacks. He was mugged and in the several months he was laid up with his jaw wired together he had lots of time to read his oracle which was a warning about impending extreme danger that would imprison him for a long time (hex 29.6>>59).

Over the months he found that hangups that had him upset originally, finally cleared up and resolved. Now that I think about it, several folks I knew injured in that way, found when they finally got their jaws unwired they had mellowed. Was that oracle a warning for the moment cast or a description of the entire process highlighting the disrespect and impatience of his immediate state and telling him he would be working it all through to a better result though not a pleasant way to be taught.

Frank
 

zhan1

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Hi julee,

The short answer to your question is yes--it's rather like having a consultation with a specialist who will assess your situation and then prioritize what it is that you should attend to first.
 

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